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Information Scrambling with Conservation Laws

  title={Information Scrambling with Conservation Laws},
  author={Jonah Kudler-Flam and Raman Sohal and Laimei Nie},
The delocalization or scrambling of quantum information has emerged as a central ingredient in the understanding of thermalization in isolated quantum many-body systems. Recently, significant progress has been made analytically by modeling non-integrable systems as stochastic systems, lacking a Hamiltonian picture, while honest Hamiltonian dynamics are frequently limited to small system sizes due to computational constraints. In this paper, we address this by investigating the role of… Expand

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