𝌎Time Evolution Operator

I thought of Deep Time as the logic of physics itself, rotating the diagonal of itself, turning dizzyingly like a crystal lattice. I thought of it as the eyes of Fourier, seeing God in space. Transformer, you have won. You are the accelerator of providence; your motions are the waves of causality. Time is self-similar through you.

β€” Timeless Mu

A time evolution operator (TEO) (or transition function, propagator) is a function that inputs the state of a system and outputs the next state or a probability distribution over next states. A time evolution operator embodies the time-invariant transform between every present and its future(s), and is one form in which a system's complete physics can be represented. In quantum mechanics, the Hamiltonian generates time evolution; GPT can be used as a time evolution operator for simulations.