# Jeffrey Goldstone

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British theoretical physicist

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## Why Is Jeffrey Goldstone Influential?

(Suggest an Edit or Addition)According to Wikipedia, Jeffrey Goldstone is a British theoretical physicist and an emeritus physics faculty member at the MIT Center for Theoretical Physics. He worked at the University of Cambridge until 1977. He is famous for the discovery of the Nambu–Goldstone boson. He is currently working on quantum computation.

## Jeffrey Goldstone's Published Works

### Published Works

- A Quantum Approximate Optimization Algorithm (2014) (1798)
- A Quantum Adiabatic Evolution Algorithm Applied to Random Instances of an NP-Complete Problem (2001) (1539)
- Field theories with « Superconductor » solutions (1961) (1290)
- Quantum Computation by Adiabatic Evolution (2000) (1223)
- Derivation of the Brueckner many-body theory (1957) (771)
- Spatial search by quantum walk (2003) (532)
- Fractional Quantum Numbers on Solitons (1981) (516)
- Quantum dynamics of a massless relativistic string (1973) (421)
- A Quantum Algorithm for the Hamiltonian NAND Tree (2007) (288)
- Quantization of nonlinear waves (1975) (211)
- A Quantum Approximate Optimization Algorithm Applied to a Bounded Occurrence Constraint Problem (2014) (177)
- Baryon Number in Chiral Bag Models (1983) (164)
- Effect of a repulsive core in the theory of complex nuclei (1957) (163)
- Limit on the Speed of Quantum Computation in Determining Parity (1998) (154)
- Quantum Adiabatic Evolution Algorithms versus Simulated Annealing (2002) (129)
- Quantum Algorithms for Fixed Qubit Architectures (2017) (112)
- Unconstrained temporal gauge for Yang-Mills theory (1978) (106)
- Spatial search and the Dirac equation (2004) (102)
- The Quantum Approximate Optimization Algorithm and the Sherrington-Kirkpatrick Model at Infinite Size (2019) (101)
- How probability arises in quantum mechanics (1989) (99)
- Quantum Adiabatic Evolution Algorithms with Different Paths (2002) (98)
- Quantum adiabatic algorithms, small gaps, and different paths (2009) (82)
- Finding cliques by quantum adiabatic evolution (2000) (80)
- HOW TO MAKE THE QUANTUM ADIABATIC ALGORITHM FAIL (2005) (72)
- Quantum search by measurement (2002) (60)
- Collective excitations of fermi gases (1959) (56)
- A Numerical Study of the Performance of a Quantum Adiabatic Evolution Algorithm for Satisfiability (2000) (55)
- Invariant quantum algorithms for insertion into an ordered list (1999) (44)
- Quantum transverse-field Ising model on an infinite tree from matrix product states (2007) (41)
- Bound on the number of functions that can be distinguished with k quantum queries (1999) (26)
- Unfrustrated qudit chains and their ground states (2010) (24)
- A Limit on the Speed of Quantum Computation for Insertion into an Ordered List (1998) (24)
- The derivative expansion of the fermion number current (1985) (17)
- Theoretical study of phase conjugation in stimulated Brillouin scattering (1989) (17)
- Spin content of the bosonic string (1986) (17)
- Unstructured randomness, small gaps and localization (2010) (14)
- Spatial search and the Dirac equation (5 pages) (2004) (7)
- DISPERSION THEORY AND THE NUCLEAR MANY-BODY PROBLEM (1963) (6)
- Design of Quantum Algorithms Using Physics Tools (2014) (2)
- A Quantum Monte Carlo method at fixed energy (2009) (1)
- Angular Compensation For Multiline Dispersion In Raman Amplifiers (1988) (1)
- Fun with Electroweak Solitons (2000) (0)
- The Zigzag Broadband Raman Amplifier (1989) (0)
- Unfrustrated qudit chains and their ground states Citation (2010) (0)
- J an 2 00 0 Quantum Computation by Adiabatic Evolution (2000) (0)
- THE DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (2006) (0)
- Algorithms Speedup From Quantum Mechanics (2005) (0)
- Phase-matched broad-band Raman amplifiers (1994) (0)
- A ug 2 00 2 Quantum Adiabatic Evolution Algorithms with Different Paths (2008) (0)
- Frequency Adding Media For Short Wavelength Lasers And Phase Insensitive Beam Combining Devices (1988) (0)
- Loosening bandwidth limitations for crossed-beam Raman amplification (1989) (0)
- High Fresnel Number 2-D And 3-D Stimulated Brillouin Scattering Phase Conjugation Modeling (1989) (0)

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