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Resource-Efficient Quantum Simulation of Lattice Gauge Theories in Arbitrary Dimensions: Solving for Gauss' Law and Fermion Elimination

  title={Resource-Efficient Quantum Simulation of Lattice Gauge Theories in Arbitrary Dimensions: Solving for Gauss' Law and Fermion Elimination},
  author={Tomer Greenberg and Guy Pardo and Aryeh L. Fortinsky and Erez Zohar},
In the last few years, quantum simulation of Lattice Gauge Theories has been proposed and used as a method to overcome theoretical di ffi culties in dealing with the non-perturbative nature of such models. In this letter we focus on two important bottlenecks of such quantum simulations: the need to combine fermionic degrees of freedom in the simulator to simulate the matter, and the redundancy of the Hilbert space, which leads to a waste of experimental resources and the need to impose and… 

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