Monthly Archives: November 2018

Information geometry (part 3/3)

Insofar as quantum mechanics can be regarded as an extension of (classical) probability theory, most of the concepts developed in the previous two parts of this sequence can be extended to quantum information theory as well, thus giving rise to … Continue reading

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Boundary conditions in AdS/CFT

The issue of boundary conditions in AdS/CFT has confused me for years; not because it’s intrinsically complicated, but because most of the literature simply regurgitates a superficial explanation for the standard prescription which collapses at the first inquiry. Typically, the … Continue reading

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