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Quantum Information Hidden in Quantum Fields

Version 1 : Received: 20 July 2020 / Approved: 21 July 2020 / Online: 21 July 2020 (12:31:33 CEST)

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Zizzi, P. Quantum Information Hidden in Quantum Fields. Quantum Reports 2020, 2, 459-490. Zizzi, P. Quantum Information Hidden in Quantum Fields. Quantum Reports 2020, 2, 459-490.

Journal reference: Quantum Reports 2020, 2, 33
DOI: 10.3390/quantum2030033

Abstract

We investigate a possible reduction mechanism from (bosonic) Quantum Field Theory (QFT) to Quantum Mechanics (QM), in a way that could explain the apparent loss of degrees of freedom of the original theory in terms of quantum information in the reduced one. This reduction mechanism consists mainly in performing an ansatz on the boson field operator, which takes into account quantum foam and non-commutative geometry. Through the reduction mechanism, QFT reveals its hidden internal structure, which is a quantum network of maximally entangled multipartite states. In the end, a new approach to the quantum simulation of QFT is proposed through the use of QFT's internal quantum network

Subject Areas

quantum field theory; quantum information; quantum geometry

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