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DATE

2010-09

AUTHORS

Andrei Khrennikov, Masanori Ohya, Naboru Watanabe

ABSTRACT

Recently it was shown that the main distinguishing features of quantum mechanics (QM) can be reproduced by a model based on classical random fields, the so-called prequantum classical statistical field theory (PCSFT). This model provides a possibility to represent averages of quantum observables, including correlations of observables on subsystems of a composite system (e.g., entangled systems), as averages with respect to fluctuations of classical (Gaussian) random fields. We consider some consequences of the PCSFT for quantum information theory. They are based on our previous observation that classical Gaussian channels (important in classical signal theory) can be represented as quantum channels. Now we show that quantum channels can be represented as classical linear transforms of classical Gaussian signals. More... »

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462-468

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