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DATE

2011

AUTHORS

Masanori Ohya , Igor Volovich

ABSTRACT

In quantum communication theory, one looks for the most efficient way to code information and construct a physical device (channel) in order to send information as completely as possible. There “quantum” means that we code information by quantum states and send it through a properly designed quantum device. If one can send any quantum state from an input system to an output system as it is, then it will be an ultimate way of information transmission. Such an ultimate method is not only ultimate for information transmission but also considered to enable sending matter existing in real world to other place without destroying itself which was a dream as in science fiction. In this chapter some protocols for quantum teleportation of states are discussed. More... »

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459-504

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Mathematical Foundations of Quantum Information and Computation and Its Applications to Nano- and Bio-systems

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978-94-007-0170-0
978-94-007-0171-7

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