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Minimizing couplings in renormalization by preserving short-range mutual information

@article{Bertoni2021MinimizingCI,
  title={Minimizing couplings in renormalization by preserving short-range mutual information},
  author={Christian Bertoni and Joseph M. Renes},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2107.00990}
}
The connections between renormalization in statistical mechanics and information theory are intuitively evident, but a satisfactory theoretical treatment remains elusive. Recently, Koch-Janusz and Ringel proposed selecting a real-space renormalization map for classical lattice systems by minimizing the loss of long-range mutual information [Nat. Phys. 14, 578 (2018)]. The success of this technique has been related in part to the minimization of long-range couplings in the renormalized… Expand

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