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cirq.DensityMatrixTrialResult( params: 'cirq.ParamResolver', measurements: Dict[str, np.ndarray], final_simulator_state: 'cirq.SimulationStateBase[cirq.DensityMatrixSimulationState]' ) -> None
The density matrix that is stored in this result is returned in the
computational basis with these basis states defined by the qubit_map.
In particular, the value in the qubit_map is the index of the qubit,
and these are translated into binary vectors where the last qubit is
the 1s bit of the index, the second-to-last is the 2s bit of the index,
and so forth (i.e. big endian ordering). The density matrix is a
2 ** num_qubits square matrix, with rows and columns ordered by
the computational basis as just described.
get_state_containing_qubit( qubit: 'cirq.Qid' ) -> TSimulationState
Returns the independent state space containing the qubit.
||The qubit whose state space is required.|
|The state space containing the qubit.|
__eq__( other: _SupportsValueEquality ) -> bool
__ne__( other: _SupportsValueEquality ) -> bool