# Nambu-Goldstone Effective Theory of Information at Quantum Criticality

@article{Dvali2015NambuGoldstoneET, title={Nambu-Goldstone Effective Theory of Information at Quantum Criticality}, author={Gia Dvali and Andre Franca and C{\'e}sar G{\'o}mez and Nico Wintergerst}, journal={Physical Review D}, year={2015}, volume={92}, pages={125002} }

The work of G. D. was supported by the Humboldt Foundation under Alexander von Humboldt Professorship, the ERC Advanced Grant “UV-completion through Bose-Einstein Condensation (Grant No. 339169) and by the DFG cluster of excellence “Origin and Structure of the Universe”, FPA 2009-07908, CPAN (CSD2007- 00042) and HEPHACOSP-ESP00346. The work of C. G. was supported in part by the Humboldt Foundation and by Grants: FPA 2009-07908, CPAN (CSD2007-00042) and by the ERC Advanced Grant 339169…

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