CMI Silver Jubilee Lecture
David Mumford, Brown University, U.S.A.
Feynman path integrals in the finite dimensional case and applications
Thursday, September 4, 2014
The point is that one can compute exp(itH), H being n×n, integrating over "paths" that jump between the n eigenstates of H and this allows one to compute, for instance, what quantum computers may do when in contact with a heat bath. Some basic knowledge of the formalism of quantum mechanics is the prerequisite.