Sanal ve Artırılmış Gerçeklik Teknolojisiyle Tümleşik Quantum Bilgisayar Derleyicisi Kullanım Platformunun Gerçekleştirilmesi

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Thesis Type: Doctorate

Institution Of The Thesis: Marmara University, Institute for Graduate Studies in Pure and Applied Sciences, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Turkey

Approval Date: 2022

Thesis Language: Turkish

Student: Hasan Hakan GENÇ

Principal Supervisor (For Co-Supervisor Theses): Hasan Erdal

Co-Supervisor: Serkan Aydın


It is predicted that quantum computers, which become more powerful and practical with each passing day, with the perfection of superposition states, coherence time and fidelity, error correction, power consumption and noise, will show a higher problem solving performance in many areas than existing systems with increasing speed. Some high-tech companies have quantum computer designs that they actively use from the research and development stage to the problem solving stage, and different architectures are used in these computers. The "IBM Quantum Experience" laboratory, which is the source of the study, offers an open access and multi-alternative option with its cloud-based quantum computing platform. In this platform, programming can be done using quantum gates via a web interface called quantum composer. Significant advances have been made in virtual reality and augmented reality technologies and virtual reality-based browser platforms have been developed. In this study, the mathematical models of quantum gates, inspired by IBM quantum composer and Microsoft's Q# training materials, were transferred to the virtual reality environment with a software procedure, then the necessary arrangements were made for compiling the generated codes in the cloud computing system, and the design of the virtual reality-based quantum computing programming platform was carried out. The study basically consists of combining the principles of quantum computing and the virtual reality approach, which is an example of human computer interaction studies. In the design environment, there is both a comprehensive three-dimensional programming platform and a real-time web browser based on virtual reality. Users can perform operations in accordance with the procedures in the virtual reality environment and can compile over quantum computers via a VR-based web browser