Dataset for Analysis of a Programmable Quantum Annealer as a Random Number Generator

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Abstract 

Dataset for Analysis of a Programmable Quantum Annealer as a Random Number Generator

Paper: https://arxiv.org/abs/2307.02573

The raw measurements from the D-Wave quantum annealer are -1/+1 spins. They were converted to binary bitstrings by mapping all -1 spins to 0 states.

The datafiles are .bin files where each bit is time ordered (and fixed hardware-indexed ordered). The number of qubits on the device is 2032, so each group of 2032 bits is one anneal-readout cycle.

There are 8 distinct device settings, producing 8 distinct datasets.

The datafiles are compressed to `tar.gz` format to save storage space. Tests 7 and 8 were also compressed to .zip files after the tar.gz compression. 

The device settings used for generating each of the 8 datasets can be found in the paper; arXiv:2307.02573

LANL LA-UR-24-20806

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.10583977

 

Instructions: 

The raw measurements from the D-Wave quantum annealer are -1/+1 spins. They were converted to binary bitstrings by mapping all -1 spins to 0 states.

The datafiles are .bin files where each bit is time ordered (and fixed hardware-indexed ordered). The number of qubits on the device is 2032, so each group of 2032 bits is one anneal-readout cycle.

There are 8 distinct device settings, producing 8 distinct datasets.

The datafiles are compressed to `tar.gz` format to save storage space.

The device settings used for generating each of the 8 datasets can be found in the paper; arXiv:2307.02573

LANL LA-UR-24-20806