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A python3 library to efficiently compute non-markovian open quantum systems.

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TimeEvolvingMPO

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A python3 library to efficiently compute non-markovian open quantum systems.

Installation

You can (not yet) install TimeEvolvingMPO using pip like this:

$ python3 -m pip install time_evolving_mpo

See the documentation for more information.

Tutorial

Click this button (no installation neccessary): Binder to start a tutorial in a jupyter notebook on binder.

Documentation

Documentation is available at https://TimeEvolvingMPO.readthedocs.io.

Contributing

The main code structure is currently under development and therefore the project is not yet ready for code contributions. If you have any question, suggestion or general thoughts on this library we'd very much appreciate if you share them with us. For this please feel free to file an issue in the Issues section on github. Once we are off the ground with the code your code contributions are wellcome as well (have a look at CONTRIBUTING.md for that).

Authors and sources

The project is written and maintained by Gerald E. Fux (gefux) gerald.e.fux@gmail.com. Substantial contributions to the project have been made by (see AUTHORS.md and Contributors for an extensive list):

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