< Move the tape head left. > Move the tape head right. % Perform the Hadamard transform on the current qubit. ! Perform a controlled-V on the current qubit and the one to the right of it. & Swap the current qubit with the one to the right of it. , Input to the current qubit. . Output the current qubit. [ While observing the current qubit gives a 1... ] End while.
The controlled-V gate acts as identity, unless both the control and the target are 1, in which case they are multiplied by the imaginary unit before being returned. Output works using a CNOT, so that the output qubit and the qubit on the tape are entangled.
Controlled-V as a matrix:
[1 0 0 0] [0 1 0 0] [0 0 1 0] [0 0 0 i]
- An implementation by User:lament, written in Python, is currently available:
- Quantum computers on Wikipedia