Special Issue "Information Geometric Characterization of Classical and Quantum Complex Systems"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 April 2021) | Viewed by 2961
Interests: learning and evolution; embodied cognitive systems; complexity; robustness; information geometry; graphical models and causality; information theory
Interests: classical and quantum information physics; complexity; entropy; inference; information geometry
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Special Issue in Entropy: Entropic Aspects Arising from Geometric Descriptions of Physical Phenomena
Special Issue in Quantum Reports: Relevance of Information Geometry in Quantum Information Science
Special Issue in Entropy: On the Role of Geometric and Entropic Arguments in Physics: From Classical Thermodynamics to Quantum Mechanics
Interests: entropic dynamics; foundations of quantum mechanics, general relativity, and statistical mechanics; Bayesian and entropic inference; information geometry
Interests: canonical divergence; classical and quantum complexity; information geometry
In this Special Issue, we propose the discussion of information geometric descriptions of both classical and quantum complex phenomena, from both an applied and theoretical perspective. Several types of scientists undertake these types of investigations, including applied mathematicians, quantum physicists, and statistical physicists. The mathematical and physical tools needed to investigate such problems are quite diverse and include, in particular, inference methods, information theory, probability theory, quantum physics, Riemannian geometry, and statistical physics. More importantly, the role that the concept of entropy plays in such information geometric formulations of natural phenomena is becoming increasingly important.
It is our great pleasure to welcome your contributions to this Special Issue with the main aim of advancing our search for a unifying information geometric complexity measure of universal applicability. Finally, we hope to highlight the entropic aspects uncovered by means of the information geometric modeling of natural complex phenomena, including special scenarios covered by either classical or quantum methods of theoretical physics.
Prof. Dr. Nihat Ay
Dr. Carlo Cafaro
Prof. Dr. Ariel Caticha
Dr. Domenico Felice
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- differential geometry
- foundations of statistical mechanics
- foundations of quantum mechanics
- inference methods
- probability theory
- quantum information and computation