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Elixir: Practical Concurrency Cookbook
2 projects | dev.to | 1 Apr 2021
In some cases, we might want to run our code at specific times. Not necessarily every 3 minutes, but every day at 08.00AM. While this is perfectly achievable leveraging the same tools, I'll be pragmatic and recommend Quantum. It allows you to schedule the execution of functions with a cron syntax and takes away all the complexity of managing processes. It's a seasoned library, widely-adopted within the community, very lightweight... And extremely simple.
Fastest Quantum Circuit Simulator?
1 project | reddit.com/r/QuantumComputing | 18 Aug 2021
Qiskit should be fine. You can see some benchmarks of different simulators here: https://github.com/yardstiq/quantum-benchmarks/blob/master/RESULTS.md . Note that these don't include qsim (which I have anecdotally found to be extremely fast) and is made by the creator of yao.jl (a julia simulator) so there are vested interests at play. However, they are a good starting place.
What are some alternatives?
timex - A complete date/time library for Elixir projects.
Cronex - A cron like system built in Elixir, that you can mount in your supervision tree
calendar - date-time and time zone handling in Elixir
filtrex - A library for performing and validating complex filters from a client (e.g. smart filters)
BernDirac - A Mathematica package for performing calculations involving matrices/vectors in the Dirac notation which is usually used in quantum mechanics/quantum computing.
QuTiP - QuTiP: Quantum Toolbox in Python
qsearch - A compiler for quantum computers based on A* and numerical optimization.
QuantumPuzzleGenerator - Puzzle game for Android and iOS, written in F#
agenda - Lightweight job scheduling for Node.js