A Python package for tensor scaling and entanglement polytopes
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tensorscaling Python 3.6+ arXiv Binder

This is a Python module and Jupyter notebook for tensor scaling, computing entanglement polytopes, and solving the one-body quantum marginal problem. It based on the algorithm proposed by Bürgisser, Franks, Garg, Oliveira, Walter and Wigderson (2018). For details, please see our paper.

@article{tensorscaling,
  title={Efficient algorithms for tensor scaling, quantum marginals and moment polytopes}
  author={Peter Bürgisser and Cole Franks and Ankit Garg and Rafael Oliveira and Michael Walter, Avi Wigderson},
  journal={to appear in the Proceedings of the 59th Annual IEEE Symposium on Foundations of Computer Science (FOCS 2018)},
  year={2018},
  eprint={1804.04739},
}

Getting started

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Binder

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