A Conceptual Architecture for a Quantum-HPC Middleware

Nishant Saurabh, Shantenu Jha, Andre Luckow

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Abstract

Quantum computing promises potential for science and industry by solving certain computationally complex problems faster than classical computers. Quantum computing systems evolved from monolithic systems towards modular architectures comprising multiple quantum processing units (QPUs) coupled to classical computing nodes (HPC). With the increasing scale, middleware systems that facilitate the efficient coupling of quantum-classical computing are becoming critical. Through an in-depth analysis of quantum applications, integration patterns and systems, we identified a gap in understanding Quantum-HPC middleware systems. We present a conceptual middleware to facilitate reasoning about quantum-classical integration and serve as the basis for a future middleware system. An essential contribution of this paper lies in leveraging well-established high-performance computing abstractions for managing workloads, tasks, and resources to integrate quantum computing into HPC systems seamlessly.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherarXiv
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 12 Aug 2023

Keywords

  • quant-ph
  • cs.DC
  • D.m

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