Getting StartedWriting your first SimulaQron program
SimulaQron is free to use by everyone. If you do use SimulaQron for your research, please cite our paper as:
Axel Dahlberg and Stephanie Wehner, “SimulaQron – A simulator for developing quantum internet software”, 2019 Quantum Sci. Technol. 4 015001
SimulaQron itself is written in Python, with programming libraries provides already in Python and C. By far the easiest way to run program your application is using the Python library (Pythonlib).
First of all, you will need to install SimulaQron itself! Follow the instructions at:
We recommend that you also run the tests to verify your install. To write your own program, check out how to use the Python library
Other useful links
- The code itself can be found on github at: https://github.com/SoftwareQuTech/SimulaQron
- The complete documentation for SimulaQron can be found at: https://softwarequtech.github.io/SimulaQron/html/index.html
- The paper describing the design of SimulaQron.
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Get the code. Report bugs. Contribute!
The full code can be freely accessed on GitHub. Here you can also report bugs, make feature requests or even contribute with your own code.