Investigates new representations for lattice field theories that are suitable for mapping onto quantum computers. Develops code and methods for discovering new representations based on Tensor Renormalization Group formulation. Applies method to a variety of lattice spin and gauge theories relevant to HEP. Develops analytic forms of the new representations found from the numerical calculations. Reports on results of research including publishing scholarly papers in scientific journals, giving presentations at conferences, meetings, and seminars.
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