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Stockholm, Sweden (November 27, 2006) - Gamer's Gate, the new improved and hugely popular digital distribution platform for PC games, announced today that Warhammer: Mark of Chaos has gone live and is available for download to European and Australian gamers only on Gamer's Gate. Retail copies have also reached stores in Scandinavia.

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New search options make it easy to filter the benchmark results by device, number of devices, and SMT/Hyper-Threading settings. You can also toggle the V-Ray GPU CUDA results to show GPU-only scores or ones that use hybrid configurations.

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"Bitcoin is the torch bearer of decentralized finance andis witnessing a demand from retail and institutional investors amidst the banking chaos as BTC is being deployed as a shield against the ongoing crisis. The takeover bid for Credit Suisse by UBS will be a closely watched event along with the FOMC meeting this week," said Dhruvil Shah, SVP Technology Liminal, wallet infrastructure platform.

This work aims at giving Trotter errors in digital quantum simulation (DQS) of collective spin systems an interpretation in terms of quantum chaos of the kicked top. In particular, for DQS of such systems, regular dynamics of the kicked top ensures convergence of the Trotterized time evolution, while chaos in the top, which sets in above a sharp threshold value of the Trotter step size, corresponds to the proliferation of Trotter errors. We show the possibility to analyze this phenomenology in a wide variety of experimental realizations of the kicked top, ranging from single atomic spins to trapped-ion quantum simulators which implement DQS of all-to-all interacting spin-1/2 systems. These platforms thus enable in-depth studies of Trotter errors and their relation to signatures of quantum chaos, including the growth of out-of-time-ordered correlators.

As we show in the following, the threshold behavior in the magnetization error and the simulation accuracy can be traced back to the transition from dynamical localization to quantum chaos in the kicked top. Indeed, for strong kicking, which corresponds to large Trotter steps τ, the kicked top is well-known to exhibit quantum chaos.15 Then, statistical properties of the eigenvectors and eigenvalues of the Floquet operator Eq. (2) are faithful to RMT predictions. In the case of Hamiltonians Hx,z as given in Eq. (7) with all coefficients hx,z and Jx,z different from zero, the Floquet operator does not have any symmetries other than time reversal.15 Thence, the relevant RMT ensemble is the circular orthogonal ensemble (COE) of unitary and symmetric matrices.

The signatures of chaos discussed so far show clearly that the proliferation of Trotter errors is a concomitant effect of the transition from regular to chaotic dynamics in the kicked top. However, in contrast to Trotter errors, in experiments these signatures are not directly accessible. We proceed to discuss how chaos is quantified by out-of-time-ordered correlation functions (OTOCs) which, as we show in the Supplementary Section 2, can be measured in experimental realizations of the kicked top.

A hallmark of chaotic dynamics in classical systems is the butterfly effect, which is caused by extreme sensitivity to initial conditions: In a chaotic system, two trajectories that emanate from nearby points in phase space deviate from each other exponentially fast. The rate entering this exponential, which is called the Lyapunov exponent, is a quantitative measure of chaos.

To summarize, in this work, we connect the well-studied quantum chaos of the kicked top with Trotter errors in DQS of collective spin systems. Our approach of harnessing the available knowledge on the kicked top, which is a paradigmatic model of single-body quantum chaos, is complementary to the numerical study of the connection between Trotter errors in DQS of generic many-body systems and many-body quantum chaos presented in ref. 13

We emphasize that the given error bounds O(τm) pertain to the full time evolution operator. In contrast, as shown in this work for collective spin systems and in ref. 13 for a generic many-body system, Trotter errors of few-body observables remain bounded even at long times, i.e., after repeated application of the evolution operators in Eqs. (19) and (20) corresponding to elementary Trotter steps. However, it is an interesting question for future studies how the threshold behavior in Trotter errors of few-body observables and the quantum chaos properties discussed in Results are affected by higher-order Trotterization. Notably, already going from the first-order formula Eq. (19) to the second-order formula Eq. (20) leads to a significant qualitative difference in the PR Eq. (12) shown in Fig. 2a. This is discussed in detail in Results.

L.M.S., T.O., A.E. and P.Z. devised the project and carried out the analysis of Trotter errors and quantum chaos in the kicked top. T.O. and A.E. performed the numerical simulations of the kicked top, and M.H. contributed numerics for long-range interacting spin chains. All authors discussed the results and wrote the paper.

Tzeentch grants Empyreal Guidance, and it lets you retain one attack dice with a roll of 5+ as a critical hit each time you make a shooting attack with a Tzeentch-marked operative. This one is a must-have for a Gunner with a meltagun, since it gives you a better chance at doing its 4 mortal wounds per critical hit!

The Legionary Icon Bearer is a Legionary Warrior in all things except for one ability called Icon Bearer which, like most other icon bearers in the game, lets the operative count its Action Point Limit as being 1 higher for the purposes of determining who controls an objective marker.

All of this is just like most other Imperial/Chaos Gunners in the entire Kill Team game, but what makes the Legionary Kill Team version of the Gunner interesting is how this interacts with Marks of Chaos: You can take a Tzeentch mark to score a critical hit on a 5+ on one of your rolls, which is excellent for Meltaguns, or an Undivided mark to re-roll an attack dice for Meltaguns or Flamers, making the Legionary Gunner a bit better than many other standard Gunners.

Khorne-marked operatives only. For one Turning Point, each friendly Khorne-marked operative can make a move up to Square/3 inches after fighting in combat, and this move can be made into Engagement Range of enemy operatives and must end up within such range of an enemy operative if possible.

Slaanesh-marked operatives only. For one Turning Point, this lets Slaanesh-marked operatives resolve two succesful hits at once rather than one the first time they resolve a succesful hit when fighting in combat against an injured enemy operative.

Tzeentch-marked operatives only. For the duration of one Turning Point, Tzeentch-marked operatives can retain a failed save as a normal succesful save against an enemy shooting attack if they already retained any critical saves against that shooting attack.

Khorne-marked operatives only. Can be used when a Khorne-marked operative is incapacitated by an enemy operative in combat. The incapacitated operative can roll one dice to attack with one of its melee weapons against an enemy operative within Engagement Range before being removed from the killzone.

With only 6 operatives on the board, you have to be smart around objectives, especially since your kill team has access to relatively few movement buffs outside of the Slaanesh mark. Consider taking an Icon Bearer or Shrivetalon to improve your chances at holding an objective.

I refine here the classical evolutionary model from law and economics by modifying it to accommodate three related concepts, one from chaos theory, another of path dependence, and a final one of politically-induced punctuated equilibrium from modern evolutionary theory itself. Although economic evolution selects out for extinction very inefficient results, and efficient results tend to survive, the evolutionary metaphor is by itself not rich enough to explain enough of what we see surviving, nor is it rich enough to explain fully how what survives survived. Within the looseness of acceptable efficiency, what survives depends not just on efficiency but on the initial, often accidental conditions (chaos theory) that establish an institutional structure inside which the economic players evolve. What survives also depends on the history of what problems had to be solved in the past -- problems that may be irrelevant today (path dependence); solutions to what later become irrelevant problems can be embedded in slowly-changing institutional structures. Although institutions cannot be too inefficient if they have survived, evolution toward efficiency constrains but does not fully determine the institutions we observe.

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