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Whenever you have a large amount of data, it's fun/useful to keep tags. Here is a list of all the tags I am using in my literature reviews, along with a description of what I intend for them:
Some of the tags don't really describe the papers themselves, but describe the context in which I fell upon them.
- To-read: Papers I want to read/read more in depth.
- Mathematical: Papers which squarely fall under the "math" umbrella.
- Physical: Papers which squarely fall under the "physics" umbrella.
- Computer-scientific: Papers which squarely fall under the "computer science" umbrella.
- Philosophical: Papers which squarely fall under the "philosophy" umbrella.
- Foundational: Papers which are foundational to the field, and have had lots of future works build on them.
- Pedagogical: Papers which I find to be structured in an easy-to-read fashion; those I would recommend learning from.
- Expository: Papers which are summarizing an area; not primarily focused on new results.
- Experimental: Papers with experimental results.
- Off-topic: Papers which aren't related to the central thesis of topological quantum computation.
- Abelian-anyons: Papers related to my project on the computational power of abelian anyons.