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Questions tagged [tensor-networks]

A tensor network is simply a countable collection of tensors connected by contractions. ‘Tensor network methods’ is the term given to the entire collection of associated tools, which are regularly employed in modern quantum information science, condensed matter physics, mathematics and computer science. (arXiv:1708.00006)

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Clock matrix vs matrix clock

In the process of research leading up to my previous question, I found out about matrix, vector & logical clocks. The citation in the aforementioned question mentions clock and shift matrices. ...
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How can blackholes be fast information scramblers?

I noticed that there was already a post discussing the fast scrambling property of black holes. But it seems no satisfactory answer was given. As mentioned by L. Susskind et. al, the fast scrambling ...
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Relation between quantum entanglement and quantum state complexity

Both quantum entanglement and quantum state complexity are important in quantum information processing. They are usually highly correlated, i.e., roughly a state with a higher entanglement corresponds ...
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What are Tensor Networks and which is the relationship they have with quantum computing?

I have been active in this community a while and I repeatedly see questions and answers referring to the so-called Tensor Networks. That makes me wonder what are those elements are and what the ...
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What can tensor networks mean for quantum computing?

I am trying to understand what the importance of tensor networks is (or will/could be) for quantum computing. Does it make sense to study tensor networks deeply and develop them further to help pave ...