qasm-tools: open-source software package for studying fault-tolerant quantum circuits. The package can: parse a ”quantum assembly language” (qasm) source file format; translate simulations to C++ and compile to binary executable; compute threshold bounds using general malignant set counting; evolve fault paths using a generalized error-propagation method; simulate faults in arbitrary quantum gates; estimate depolarizing noise thresholds using monte-carlo simulation; translate source files to TeX to make circuit diagrams; functionally verify stabilizer circuits using a version of CHP adapted to work with qasm input files.

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  1. Robert S. Smith, Michael J. Curtis, William J. Zeng: A Practical Quantum Instruction Set Architecture (2016) arXiv