infidelity_stf

static OperationNamespace.infidelity_stf(sample_times, hamiltonian, target_operator, noise_operators=None, *, name=None)

Creates the total infidelity of the given system.

See infidelity_pwc for information about the total infidelity created by this function.

Parameters
  • sample_times (np.ndarray(1D, real)) – The times at which the Hamiltonian and noise operators (if present) should be sampled for the integration. Must start with 0, be ordered, and contain at least one element.

  • hamiltonian (Stf) – The control Hamiltonian \(H_{\mathrm c}(t)\). You can provide either a single Hamiltonian or a batch of them.

  • target_operator (Target) – The object describing the target gate \(U_\mathrm{target}\) and (optionally) the filter function projector \(P\). If you provide a batch of Hamiltonians, the function uses the same target for all the elements in the batch.

  • noise_operators (List[Stf], optional) – The perturbative noise operators \(\{N_j(t)\}\). You can omit this list if there are no noises.

  • name (str, optional) – The name of the node.

Returns

The infidelity of the given system with respect to the given target at the last time in sample_times. If you provide a batch of Hamiltonians, the function returns a batch of infidelities contaning one infidelity for each Hamiltonian of the input batch.

Return type

Tensor

See also

infidelity_pwc()

Corresponding function for piecewise-constant controls.