At this point in the NEASQC project, several of the NEASQC use cases have issued software packages to test their approaches. If you have an interest in these areas, do not hesitate to download these codes and give your feedback. Visit the relevant Use Case web pages to find what is available – publications are also listed there:
- Quantum Natural Language Processing (QNLP): this use case has already issued 2 versions of its prototype. They explore a) the DisCoCat-based model using parameterised quantum circuits to encode a pre-defined dataset of sentences and b) Dressed Quantum Circuits in which pre-trained classical models are used as pre-processing layers in a transfer learning fashion.
- Quantum probabilistic safety assessment (QPSA): their deliverable D6.6 Divide and Quantum Open Source Software provides an open source implementation of a procedure which computes minimal cut sets from fault trees by translating the problem to a satisfiability (SAT) problem.
- CO2 recapture: the code presented in their deliverable D4.2 QCCC Alpha allows for the calculation of the ground state energy of benzene under spatial de-formations by using a state-of-the-art quantum computing methodology – the variational quantum eigensolver (VQE).
- Drug discovery: their deliverable D4.1 VA Beta and BBO Beta presents a quantum computing computational package for quantum chemistry. It contains the implementation of the variational Hamiltonian ansatz state preparation for chemical systems.