
π«π―Symmetric Unambiguous Distinguishing of Three Quantum States
Beyond the twostate case, the optimal state distinguishing is solved on...
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Quantum projective measurements and the CHSH inequality in Isabelle/HOL
We present a formalization in Isabelle/HOL of quantum projective measure...
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Deterministic Preparation of Dicke States
The Dicke state D_k^nγ is an equalweight superposition of all nqubit ...
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Hiddenly Hermitian quantum models: The concept of perturbations
In conventional SchrΓΆdinger representation the unitarity of the evolutio...
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The stabilizer for nqubit symmetric states
The stabilizer group for an nqubit state Ογ is the set of all invertib...
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Algorithmic NoCloning Theorem
We introduce the notions of algorithmic mutual information and rarity of...
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Transformation Γ la Foata for special kinds of descents and excedances
A pure excedance in a permutation Ο=Ο_1Ο_2β¦Ο_n is a position i<Ο_i such ...
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Discriminating an Arbitrary Number of Pure Quantum States by the Combined ππ«π― and Hermitian Measurements
If the system is known to be in one of two nonorthogonal quantum states, Ο_1β© or Ο_2β©, π«π―symmetric quantum mechanics can discriminate them, in principle, by a single measurement. We extend this approach by combining π«π―symmetric and Hermitian measurements and show that it's possible to distinguish an arbitrary number of pure quantum states by an appropriate choice of the parameters of π«π―symmetric Hamiltonian.
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