VFYC solver

Hi,

 

I ran the following command on my terminal. Here is the output

 

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manoj@Ubuntu-Virtual-Machine:~/.config/dwave$ dwave solvers
Solver: DW_2000Q_2_1
Parameters:
anneal_offsets: A list of anneal offsets for each working qubit (NaN if u...
anneal_schedule: A piecewise linear annealing schedule specified by a list...
annealing_time: A positive integer that sets the duration (in microsecond...
answer_mode: ?
auto_scale: ?
beta: Boltzmann distribution parameter. Only used when postproc...
chains: Defines which qubits represent the same logical variable ...
flux_biases: A list of flux biases for each working qubit.
flux_drift_compensation: A boolean for whether to activate the flux drift compensa...
initial_state: The initial states to use for the reverse anneal feature.
max_answers: ?
num_reads: ?
num_spin_reversal_transforms: ?
postprocess: either 'sampling' or 'optimization'
programming_thermalization: An integer that gives the time (in microseconds) to wait ...
readout_thermalization: An integer that gives the time (in microseconds) to wait ...
reduce_intersample_correlation: A boolean for whether to add pauses between samples.
reinitialize_state: Whether to reapply the initial_state for every read.
Properties:
anneal_offset_ranges: [[-0.18627387668142237, 0.09542224439071689], [-0.1836548...
anneal_offset_step: 0.00426673844527
anneal_offset_step_phi0: 0.000271680102027
annealing_time_range: [1, 2000]
chip_id: DW_2000Q_2_1
couplers: [[0, 4], [1, 4], [2, 4], [3, 4], [0, 5], [1, 5], [2, 5], ...
default_annealing_time: 20
default_programming_thermalization: 1000
default_readout_thermalization: 0
extended_j_range: [-2.0, 1.0]
h_range: [-2.0, 2.0]
j_range: [-1.0, 1.0]
max_anneal_schedule_points: 4
num_qubits: 2048
num_reads_range: [1, 10000]
per_qubit_coupling_range: [-9.0, 6.0]
problem_run_duration_range: [0, 1000000]
programming_thermalization_range: [0, 10000]
qubits: [0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16...
readout_thermalization_range: [0, 10000]
supported_problem_types: [u'ising', u'qubo']
vfyc: False

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Based on this I guess that  the VFYC solver  is not available to me.

Is my understanding correct?

Regards,

Manoj Nambiar

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  • Hi Manoj,

    That is correct. Currently, the VFYC solver is not available to developers. If you are interested in working with the VFYC solver, you can upgrade to a Commercial or Custom contract through the Leap dashboard.

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  • Thanks for clarifying, Luca.

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