Step Debugger for CUDA Quantum

Is there possibility for step by step debugging of Quantum Circuits using cuQuantum simulator?

Hi @sergii.salata,
cuQuantum simulators have functions to return the state of the system, which would be available for debugging.
If you are targeting some specific frontend, could you kindly share that? Then I think we can discuss more details.

We develop Quantum Debugger and evaluating different simulators as backend. cuQuantum would be good choice since it support hardware acceleration

Thank you for sharing the link.
I suppose that Aer + cuQuantum Appliance would be that candidate. In Aer (or cusvaer), save_state_simple and set_state_simple instructions are available to save/set the current state to/from host memory. Please refer to cusvaer instructions for the detailed usages.

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That’s an excellent observation @marlintristan034 .

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