# Tales Told by Coloured Tangles

@article{Moskovich2015TalesTB, title={Tales Told by Coloured Tangles}, author={Daniel Moskovich and Avishy Carmi}, journal={IJUC}, year={2015}, volume={12}, pages={71-105} }

Tangle machines are a topologically inspired diagrammatic formalism to describe information flow in networks. This paper begins with an expository account of tangle machines motivated by the problem of describing `covariance intersection' fusion of Gaussian estimators in networks. It then gives two examples in which tangle machines tell stories of adiabatic quantum computations, and discusses learning tangle machines from data.

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