Time Evolution of Complexity in Abelian Gauge Theories - And Playing Quantum Othello Game

Quantum complexity is conjectured to probe inside of black hole horizons (or wormhole) via gauge gravity correspondence. In order to have a better understanding of this correspondence, we study time evolutions of complexities for generic Abelian pure gauge theories. For this purpose, we discretize U(1) gauge group as Z_N and also continuum spacetime as lattice spacetime, and this enables us to define a universal gate set for these gauge theories, and evaluate time evolutions of the complexities explicitly. We find that to achieve a large complexity ∼exp(entropy), which is one of the conjectured criteria necessary to have a dual  black hole, the Abelian gauge theory needs to be maximally nonlocal. (Based on collaboration with Norihiro Iizuka and Sotaro Sugishita, https://arxiv.org/abs/1707.03840)

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Seminar
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Friday, August 11, 2017 - 11:00 to 12:30
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Sky Room
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394