Entanglement transitions from restricted Boltzmann machines

  title={Entanglement transitions from restricted Boltzmann machines},
  author={Raimel Medina and Romain Vasseur and Maksym Serbyn},
  journal={Physical Review B},
The search for novel entangled phases of matter has lead to the recent discovery of a new class of “entanglement transitions”, exemplified by random tensor networks and monitored quantum circuits. Most known examples can be understood as some classical ordering transitions in an underlying statistical mechanics model, where entanglement maps onto the free energy cost of inserting a domain wall. In this paper, we study the possibility of entanglement transitions driven by physics beyond such… 

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