# Huan He

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## Pub CategoriesPhysics - Strongly Correlated Electrons (7) Quantum Physics (4) High Energy Physics - Theory (2) Computer Science - Networking and Internet Architecture (2) Mathematical Physics (1) Mathematics - Mathematical Physics (1) |

## Publications Authored By Huan He

Dijkgraaf-Witten (DW) theories are of recent interest to the condensed matter community, in part because they represent topological phases of matter, but also because they characterize the response theory of certain symmetry protected topological (SPT) phases. However, as yet there has not been a comprehensive treatment of the spectra of these models in the field theoretic setting -- the goal of this work is to fill the gap in the literature, at least for a selection of DW models with abelian gauge groups but non-abelian topological order. As applications, various correlation functions and fusion rules of line operators are calculated. Read More

Certain phase transitions between topological quantum field theories (TQFT) are driven by the condensation of bosonic anyons. However, as bosons in a TQFT are themselves nontrivial collective excitations, there can be topological obstructions that prevent them from condensing. Here we formulate such an obstruction in the form of a no-go theorem. Read More

We apply symmetric tensor network state (TNS) to study the nearest neighbor spin-1/2 antiferromagnetic Heisenberg model on Kagome lattice. Our method keeps track of the global and gauge symmetries in TNS update procedure and in tensor renormalization group (TRG) calculation. We also introduce a very sensitive probe for the gap of the ground state -- the modular matrices, which can also determine the topological order if the ground state is gapped. Read More

Boson condensation in topological quantum field theories (TQFT) has been previously investigated through the formalism of Frobenius algebras and the use of vertex lifting coefficients. While general, this formalism is physically opaque and computationally arduous: analyses of TQFT condensation are practically performed on a case by case basis and for very simple theories only, mostly not using the Frobenius algebra formalism. In this paper we provide a new way of treating boson condensation that is computationally efficient. Read More

We propose an exactly solvable lattice Hamiltonian model of topological phases in $3+1$ dimensions, based on a generic finite group $G$ and a $4$-cocycle $\omega$ over $G$. We show that our model has topologically protected degenerate ground states and obtain the formula of its ground state degeneracy on the $3$-torus. In particular, the ground state spectrum implies the existence of purely three-dimensional looplike quasi-excitations specified by two nontrivial flux indices and one charge index. Read More

Topological order has been proposed to go beyond Landau symmetry breaking theory for more than twenty years. But it is still a challenging problem to generally detect it in a generic many-body state. In this paper, we will introduce a systematic numerical method based on tensor network to calculate modular matrices in 2D systems, which can fully identify topological order with gapped edge. Read More

Entanglement negativity is a measure of mixed-state entanglement increasingly used to investigate and characterize emerging quantum many-body phenomena, including quantum criticality and topological order. We present two results for the entanglement negativity: a disentangling theorem, which allows the use of this entanglement measure as a means to detect whether a wave-function of three subsystems $A$, $B$, and $C$ factorizes into a product state for parts $AB_1$ and $B_2C$; and a monogamy relation, which states that if $A$ is very entangled with $B$, then $A$ cannot be simultaneaously very entangled also with $C$. Read More

The ability to reach a maximally entangled state from a separable one through the use of a two-qubit unitary operator is analyzed for mixed states. This extension from the known case of pure states shows that there are at least two families of gates which are able to give maximum entangling power for all values of purity. It is notable that one of this gates coincides with a maximum discording one. Read More

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Highly frustrated spin systems represent a central and challenging problem in condensed mater physics. To this problem, we introduce an algorithm based on mixed projected entangled pair states (m-PEPS), which is a novel type of tensor network. We use the famous Kitaev model on an infinite honeycomb lattice, which can be solved exactly, as a benchmark. Read More

Peer-to-Peer (P2P) technology has been regarded as a promising way to help Content Providers (CPs) cost-effectively distribute content. However, under the traditional Internet pricing mechanism, the fact that most P2P traffic flows among peers can dramatically decrease the profit of ISPs, who may take actions against P2P and impede the progress of P2P technology. In this paper, we develop a mathematical framework to analyze such economic issues. Read More

With the fast development of video and voice network applications, CDN (Content Distribution Networks) and P2P (Peer-to-Peer) content distribution technologies have gradually matured. How to effectively use Internet resources thus has attracted more and more attentions. For the study of resource pricing, a whole pricing strategy containing pricing models, mechanisms and methods covers all the related topics. Read More