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2012-03

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A. S. Holevo

ABSTRACT

In this paper we consider the classical capacities of quantum-classical channels corresponding to measurement of observables. Special attention is paid to the case of continuous observables. We give formulas for unassisted and entanglement-assisted classical capacities C and Cea and consider some explicitly solvable cases, which give simple examples of entanglement-breaking channels with C < Cea. We also elaborate on the ensemble-observable duality to show that Cea for the measurement channel is related to the χ-quantity for the dual ensemble in the same way as C is related to the accessible information. This provides both accessible information and the χ-quantity for quantum ensembles dual to our examples. More... »

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