quasi_static_scanΒΆ

Classes

Drift

A static Hamiltonian term for the quasi-static scan calculation.

Drive

A (possibly noisy) complex control term for the quasi-static scan calculation of the form \(\left(1 + \beta_{\gamma_{j}} \right) \left(\gamma_{j}(t) C_{j} + \text{H.c.} \right)\), where \(C_{j}\) is a non-Hermitian operator, \(\gamma_{j}(t)\) is a complex-valued piecewise-constant function between 0 and \(\tau\), and \(\beta_{\gamma_{j}} \in \{\beta_{\gamma_j,i}\}\) is the amplitude of its noise.

Noise

A set of noise amplitudes \(\{ \beta_{\mu,i} \}\) associated to a Hamiltonian term.

NoiseValue

A value of a noise and its corresponding string identifier.

Result

The result of the quasi-static scan.

Sample

A single sampled point of the quasi-static scan.

Shift

A (possibly noisy) real control term for the quasi-static scan calculation of the form \(\left(1 + \beta_{\alpha_{k}} \right) \alpha_{k}(t) A_{k}\), where \(A_{k}\) is a Hermitian operator, \(\alpha_{k}(t)\) is a real-valued piecewise-constant function between 0 and \(\tau\), and \(\beta_{\alpha_{k}} \in \{ \beta_{\alpha_k,i} \}\) is the amplitude of its noise.