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    Is it possible to create a ‘Transverse Field Ising Spin’-compatible Super Hamiltonian?

    I want to apply the Super Hamiltonian to this paper: "Reinforcement Learning Using Quantum Boltzmann Machines"


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    I believe it is already done, and mentioned in the paper you named.

    Search criteria would be "Suzuki-Trotter".
    M. Suzuki, “Relationship between d-dimensional quantal spin systems and (d+1)-dimensional Ising systems equivalence, critical exponents and systematic approximants of the partition function and spin correlations,” Progress of Theoretical Physics, vol. 56, no. 5, pp. 1454–1469, 1976.


    But i am so poorly versed in quantum computers, i could simply be wrong. The paper you mentioned was also full of inconsistent usage of words, as if it was actually written by someone who had a different point of view for every chapter..

    My head hurts trying to understand these formula's.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zwolver View Post
    I believe it is already done, and mentioned in the paper you named.

    Search criteria would be "Suzuki-Trotter".
    M. Suzuki, “Relationship between d-dimensional quantal spin systems and (d+1)-dimensional Ising systems equivalence, critical exponents and systematic approximants of the partition function and spin correlations,” Progress of Theoretical Physics, vol. 56, no. 5, pp. 1454–1469, 1976.


    But i am so poorly versed in quantum computers, i could simply be wrong. The paper you mentioned was also full of inconsistent usage of words, as if it was actually written by someone who had a different point of view for every chapter..

    My head hurts trying to understand these formula's.
    Thanks for your answer.
    Although my knowledge of quantum computers is probably far worse that yours, I don't detect usage of minkowski space/supersymmetric methods in Suzuki's paper.

    What do you think?
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