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Design and Implementation of the Deutsch-Jozsa Algorithm Based Quantum Multiplier with a Reduced T-count

A. Dinesh Kumar Reddy, P. Akash Reddy, E. Siddhartha Goud and J.V.R. Ravindra

Abstract

To create a more effective and efficient multiplier based on an algorithm called the Deutsch-Jozsa algorithm. Quantum circuits for fundamental operations like multiplication are needed. In this paper, we suggested a design for quantum-efficient integer multiplication. The models, based on the quantum Clifford+T gates, are T-depth and T-count optimized. Gates may be used to create quantum circuits that are leakage, however, the T-gate is exceedingly expensive to put into practice. Therefore, lowering both T-count and T-depth has emerged as crucial optimization targets. The quantity of qubits that can be used in existing quantum hardware is constrained. A unique quantum conditional adder circuit is used in quantum inspire to implement the suggested quantum multiplier architecture, which lowers the T-count. The conditional adder is also changed to a Toffoli gate when one of its operands is zero.

Published on: December 05, 2023
doi: 10.17756/nwj.2023-s4-075
Citation: Reddy ADK, Reddy PA, Goud ES, Ravindra JVR. 2023. Design and Implementation of the Deutsch-Jozsa Algorithm Based Quantum Multiplier with a Reduced T-count. NanoWorld J 9(S4): S443-S451.

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