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Counting meanders
We have, with Moto Fukuda, a new paper on the arXiv, Enumerating meandric systems with large number of components, which deals with the enumeration of meandric systems. In combinatorics, a meander on points is a closed, selfavoiding plane curve, which … Continue reading
Bipartite unitary operators and quantum Latin squares
Tristan Benoist and I have just arXived our paper On bipartite unitary matrices generating subalgebrapreserving quantum operations. We characterize the set of bipartite unitary operators which give quantum operations preserving some subalgebra of the state space, independently of the state … Continue reading