Homological Tools for the Quantum Mechanic
by Tom Mainiero
Publisher: arXiv.org 2019
Number of pages: 126
This paper is an introduction to work motivated by the question 'can multipartite entanglement be detected by homological algebra?' We introduce cochain complexes associated to multipartite density states whose cohomology detects factorizability.
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