Matrix product state simulations on a quantum computer

Presenting Author: Michael Foss-Feig, Honeywell
Contributing Author(s): Andrew Potter, David Hayes

Matrix product states (MPS) afford a compressed representation of many states that are relevant to physical systems. While numerous classical algorithms have been developed to compute the properties of physical systems using MPS as an ansatz, in many cases of practical interest these algorithms still require exponential resources (for example in the size of the system, or in the evolution time when out of equilibrium). We discuss near-term prospects for using small and non-error-corrected quantum computers to aid in MPS simulations.

(Session 7 : Sunday from 11:30am - 12:00pm)


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