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Mosaics of Combinatorial Designs for Semantic Security on Quantum Wiretap Channels

by   Holger Boche, et al.
Technische Universität München

We study semantic security for classical-quantum channels. Our security functions are functional forms of mosaics of combinatorial designs. We extend methods for classical channels to classical-quantum channels to demonstrate that mosaics of designs ensure semantic security for classical-quantum channels, and are also capacity achieving coding scheme. The legitimate channel users share an additional public resource, more precisely, a seed chosen uniformly at random. An advantage of these modular wiretap codes is that we provide explicit code constructions that can be implemented in practice for every channels, giving an arbitrary public code.


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