Classical and quantum geometric information flows and entanglement of relativistic mechanical systems

@article{Vacaru2019ClassicalAQ,
  title={Classical and quantum geometric information flows and entanglement of relativistic mechanical systems},
  author={Sergiu I. Vacaru and Laurenctiu Bubuianu},
  journal={Quantum Inf. Process.},
  year={2019},
  volume={18},
  pages={376}
}
This article elaborates on entanglement entropy and quantum information theory of geometric flows of (relativistic) Lagrange--Hamilton mechanical systems. A set of basic geometric and quantum mechanics and probability concepts together with methods of computation are developed in general covariant form for curved phase spaces modelled as cotangent Lorentz bundles. The constructions are based on ideas relating the Grigory Perelman's entropy for geometric flows and associated statistical… 

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