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A technical note for a Shor's algorithm by phase estimation

by   Gérard Fleury, et al.

The objective of this paper concerns at first the motivation and the method of Shor's algorithm including an excursion into quantum mechanics and quantum computing introducing an algorithmic description of the method. The corner stone of the Shor's algorithm is the modular exponentiation that is the most computational component (in time and space). Second, a linear depth unit based on phase estimation is introduced and a description of a generic version of a modular multiplier based on phases is introduced to build block of a modular exponentiation circuit. Our proposal includes numerical experiments achieved on both the IBM simulator using the Qiskit library and on quantum physical optimizers provided by IBM.


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