Zeta-regularized vacuum expectation values fromquantum computing simulations
January 04, 2020
The zeta-regularization allows to establish a connection between Feynman's path integral and Fourier integral operator zeta-functions. This fact can be utilized to perform the regularization of the vacuum expectation values in quantum field theories.
In this proceeding, we will describe the concept of the zeta-regularization, give a simple example and demonstrate that quantum computing can be employed to numerically evaluate zeta-regulated vacuum expectation values on a quantum computer.
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