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Non-trivial Lyapunov spectrum from fractal quantum cellular automata

@inproceedings{Berenstein2021NontrivialLS,
  title={Non-trivial Lyapunov spectrum from fractal quantum cellular automata},
  author={David Berenstein and Brian R. Kent},
  year={2021}
}
A generalized set of Clifford cellular automata, which includes all Clifford cellular automata, result from the quantization of a lattice system where on each site of the lattice one has a 2k-dimensional torus phase space. The dynamics is a linear map in the torus variables and it is also local: the evolution depends only on variables in some region around the original lattice site. Moreover it preserves the symplectic structure. These are classified by 2k× 2k matrices with entries in Laurent… Expand

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