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Entanglement links and the quasiparticle picture

@inproceedings{Santalla2022EntanglementLA,
  title={Entanglement links and the quasiparticle picture},
  author={Silvia N. Santalla and Giovanni Ram'irez and Sudipto Singha Roy and Germ{\'a}n Sierra and Javier Rodr'iguez-Laguna},
  year={2022}
}
The time evolution of a quantum state with short-range correlations after a quench to a 1D critical Hamiltonian can be understood using the quasi-particle picture , which states that local entanglement spreads as if it was carried by quasi-particles which separate at the speed of light. We extend the quasi-particle picture using the recently introduced link representation of entanglement, allowing us to apply it to initial states presenting long-range correlations. The entanglement links are… 

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