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Quantum tomography infers quantum states from measurement data, but it becomes infeasible for large systems. Machine learning enables tomography of highly entangled many-body states and suggests a new powerful approach to this problem.

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    • Pantita Palittapongarnpim
    •  & Barry C. Sanders

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