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Discovering hydrodynamic equations of many-body quantum systems

  title={Discovering hydrodynamic equations of many-body quantum systems},
  author={Yaroslav A. Kharkov and Oles Shtanko and Alireza Seif and Przemyslaw Bienias and Mathias Van Regemortel and Mohammad Hafezi and Alexey V. Gorshkov},
Simulating and predicting dynamics of quantum many-body systems is extremely challenging, even for state-of-the-art computational methods, due to the spread of entanglement across the system. However, in the long-wavelength limit, quantum systems often admit a simplified description, which involves a small set of physical observables and requires only a few parameters such as sound velocity or viscosity. Unveiling the relationship between these hydrodynamic equations and the underlying… 
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