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Quantum circuit disassembly and decompilation

One of the key reasons that we don't have quantum decompiler is that high level languages for quantum programs are still a very active research topic.

There are languages like Microsoft Q# or tools like qiskit.
And they are closer to assembly language as they tend to operate on quantum gates, similar to using only Boolean logic gates for instructions.

A compiled quantum circuit can be represented as a single multi qubit gate. Thus disassembling it involves decomposing it back into fundamental gate operations like single and two qubit operations e.g. X gates and CNOT gates.

Qiskit offers the following:
Does anyone know anything further enlightening on this topic?
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