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I was wondering if there is a source (online or review article) which tabulates recent algorithms, and their complexities, used in simulating various physical systems. Something along the lines of:

Physical System 1: Quantum Field Theory (scattering)

Complexity: Polynomial in number of particles, energy, and precision

Source: https://arxiv.org/abs/1111.3633Quantum Algorithms for Quantum Field Theories (Jordan, Lee & Preskill, 2011)

Physical System 2: Atomic Energy levels ...

And so on.

I was wondering if there is a source (online or review article) which tabulates recent algorithms, and their complexities, used in simulating various physical systems. Something along the lines of:

Physical System 1: Quantum Field Theory (scattering)

Complexity: Polynomial in number of particles, energy, and precision

Source: https://arxiv.org/abs/1111.3633

Physical System 2: Atomic Energy levels ...

And so on.

I was wondering if there is a source (online or review article) which tabulates recent algorithms, and their complexities, used in simulating various physical systems. Something along the lines of:

Physical System 1: Quantum Field Theory (scattering)

Complexity: Polynomial in number of particles, energy, and precision

Source: Quantum Algorithms for Quantum Field Theories (Jordan, Lee & Preskill, 2011)

Physical System 2: Atomic Energy levels

And so on.

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Current state of QC Is there any source which tabulates quantum computing algorithms for simulating physical systems?

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Current state of QC simulation algorithms for simulating physical systems

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