To get an idea of what kind of figures TikZiT can produce, here are some of my recent papers (and a book) which have used it:
- Picturing Quantum Processes: A First Course in Quantum Theory and Diagrammatic Reasoning. Bob Coecke and Aleks Kissinger, Cambridge University Press 2017.
- Universal MBQC with Mølmer-Sørensen interactions and two measurement bases. Aleks Kissinger and John van de Wetering.
- Picture-perfect Quantum Key Distribution. Aleks Kissinger, Sean Tull, and Bas Westerbaan.
- A categorical semantics for causal structure. Aleks Kissinger and Sander Uijlen. In proceedings of the 32nd Annual ACM/IEEE symposium on Logic in Computer Science (LICS) 2017. (published version)
With the exception of the book, all of the above are available on arXiv. In particular, you can download the full LaTeX sources to see how the figures were made.
If you use TikZiT in your papers and you'd like them mentioned on this list, send me an email!
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