
Discriminating an Arbitrary Number of Pure Quantum States by the Combined 𝒞𝒫𝒯 and Hermitian Measurements
If the system is known to be in one of two nonorthogonal quantum states...
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Transmitting quantum information by superposing causal order of mutually unbiased measurements
Two quantum measurements sequentially acting one after the other, if the...
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Witnessing Bell violations through probabilistic negativity
Bell's theorem shows that no hiddenvariable model can explain the measu...
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Common Denominator for Value and Expectation Nogo Theorems: Extended Abstract
Hiddenvariable (HV) theories allege that a quantum state describes an e...
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An Analytic Semideviceindependent Entanglement Quantification for Bipartite Quantum States
We define a property called nondegeneracy for Bell inequalities, which d...
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Quantum Measurement as Marginalization and Nested Quantum Systems
Measurements in quantum mechanics can be derived from unitary interactio...
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Quantum Logspace Algorithm for Powering Matrices with Bounded Norm
We give a quantum logspace algorithm for powering contraction matrices, ...
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Quantum projective measurements and the CHSH inequality in Isabelle/HOL
We present a formalization in Isabelle/HOL of quantum projective measurements, a class of measurements involving orthogonal projectors that is frequently used in quantum computing. We also formalize the CHSH inequality, a result that holds on arbitrary probability spaces, which can used to disprove the existence of a local hiddenvariable theory for quantum mechanics.
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