# Loop-free tensor networks for high-energy physics

@article{Montangero2021LoopfreeTN, title={Loop-free tensor networks for high-energy physics}, author={Simone Montangero and Enrique Rico and Pietro Silvi}, journal={Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A}, year={2021}, volume={380} }

This brief review introduces the reader to tensor network methods, a powerful theoretical and numerical paradigm spawning from condensed matter physics and quantum information science and increasingly exploited in different fields of research, from artificial intelligence to quantum chemistry. Here, we specialize our presentation on the application of loop-free tensor network methods to the study of high-energy physics problems and, in particular, to the study of lattice gauge theories where…

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