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# Efficient variational contraction of two-dimensional tensor networks with a non-trivial unit cell

## Efficient variational contraction of two-dimensional tensor networks with a non-trivial unit cell

## Quantum computing with neutral atoms

## Entanglement characterization using quantum designs

## Detecting crosstalk errors in quantum information processors

## Worst-case Quantum Hypothesis Testing with Separable Measurements

## Wigner function for SU(1,1)

## Stochastic gradient descent for hybrid quantum-classical optimization

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Andreas Ketterer, Nikolai Wyderka, and Otfried Gühne,

Mohan Sarovar, Timothy Proctor, Kenneth Rudinger, Kevin Young, Erik Nielsen, and Robin Blume-Kohout,

Le Phuc Thinh, Michele Dall’Arno, and Valerio Scarani,

U. Seyfarth, A. B. Klimov, H. de Guise, G. Leuchs, and L. L. Sanchez-Soto,

Ryan Sweke, Frederik Wilde, Johannes Jakob Meyer, Maria Schuld, Paul K. Fährmann, Barthélémy Meynard-Piganeau, and Jens Eisert,

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