If you use this software in your work, please cite it using the following reference:

Rosset D., Montealegre-Mora F., Bancal J-D., In: Paranjape M.B., MacKenzie R., Thomova Z., Winternitz P., Witczak-Krempa W. (eds) Quantum Theory and Symmetries. CRM Series in Mathematical Physics. Springer (2021).

Here is a suggested citation:

This problem was solved with the help of RepLAB [1].

For convenience, here is the reference in BiBTeX format:

```
@conference{Rosset21,
author = {Rosset, D. and Montealegre-Mora, F. and Bancal, J-D.},
title = {RepLAB: A Computational/Numerical Approach to Representation Theory},
booktitle = {Quantum Theory and Symmetries},
year = 2021,
month = March,
editor = {Paranjape, M.B. and MacKenzie, R. and Thomova, Z. and Winternitz, P. and Witczak-Krempa, W.},
series = {CRM Series in Mathematical Physics},
pages = 643-653,
organization = {Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium, Montreal, Canada},
publisher = {Springer},
doi = {10.1007/978-3-030-55777-5_60},
url = {https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F978-3-030-55777-5_60},
}
```

Below is a selection of scientific articles that use **RepLAB**. Let us know if you want your paper to be listed here as well!

A hierarchy of efficient bounds on quantum capacities exploiting symmetry

Certifying Numerical Decompositions of Compact Group Representations

Bounding and simulating contextual correlations in quantum theory

RepLAB: a computational/numerical approach to representation theory

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