Overview of Q# Libraries
The Quantum Development Kit is provided with several libraries to make it easier to develop quantum applications in Q#. In this section of the documentation, we describe these libraries and how to use them in your programs.
- Standard libraries: This section describes the prelude, which defines the interface between Q# programs and target machines, and the canon, a Q# library that provides general-purpose operations and functions for use in writing Q# programs.
- Quantum chemistry library: This section describes the quantum chemistry library, which provides a data model for loading representations of fermionic Hamiltonians and quantum simulation operations and functions which act on these representations.
- Quantum numerics library: This section describes the quantum numerics library, which provides implementations for a host of mathematical functions. It supports integer (signed & unsigned) and fixed-point representations.
Sources of the libraries as well as code samples can be obtained from GitHub. See also the licensing section for further information. It should be noted that package references ("binaries") are available also for the libraries which offers another way of including the libraries in projects. A convenient way of obtaining them is via nuget.