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Quantum no-deleting theorem

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In physics, the no-deleting theorem of quantum information theory is a no-go theorem which states that, in general, given two copies of some arbitrary quantum ...

Quantum no-deleting principle and some of its implications

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Jul 31, 2000 ... and approximate quantum deleting of unknown states. We prove that ... prove a no-deletion theorem for non-orthogonal states us- ing unitarity.

QUANTUM INFORMATION —- THE NO-HIDING THEOREM

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No-Deleting Theorem: We cannot delete an unknown quantum state against a copy. (Pati-Braunstein, Nature 2000). |ψ〉|ψ〉→|ψ〉|0〉. • No-Partial Erasure ...

Quantum-no-deleting principle

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79, NO. 10, 25 NOVEMBER 2000. 1426. Quantum-no-deleting principle. In a recent scientific correspondence1. Bhagwat et al. fielded baseless argu- ments that ...

no-cloning theorem in nLab

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Mar 5, 2014 ... In quantum physics the no-cloning theorem is the statement that one ... the content of “no-cloning” and “no-deleting” is the very “linearity” of this ...

No-Cloning and No-Deleting Theorems through the Existence of ...

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Nov 28, 2006 ... No-cloning and No-deleting theorems are verified with the constraint ... quantum cloning quantum deleting incomparability of quantum states ...

Impossibility of deleting an unknown quantum state : Article : Nature

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We will show that there is no quantum deleting machine that can delete one .... Bu ek, V. & Hillery, M. H. Quantum copying: Beyond the no-cloning theorem. Phys  ...

The no-cloning theorem

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linearity of quantum mechanics, the output for their super- position must be the ... running the copier in reverse to delete the extra copy in states such as +♢♢¬ or + ♡♡¬. ... because of the no-cloning theorem, Eve cannot succeed in her task.

Why doesn't the quantum eraser violate the no-deletion theorem ...

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Jan 10, 2016 ... My question is, why doesn't this contradict the Quantum no-deleting ... mechanics , the experiment didn't violate the no-deletion theorem.

Applied Physics 150a: Homework #1 - Quantum Photonics Group

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Oct 16, 2014 ... (20 points) Building on the no-cloning theorem. (a) The no-deleting theorem of quantum mechanics states that given two identical copies.

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Quantum no-hiding theorem experimentally confirmed for first time

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Mar 7, 2011 ... “In quantum information science, two fundamental theorems have been the no- cloning and the no-deleting theorems,” Pati told PhysOrg.com.

The No-Go Theorems of Quantum Information Theory (Part 2)

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Apr 5, 2015 ... The no-deletion theorem in quantum information theory states given two copies of some arbitrary quantum state, it is impossible to delete one of ...

Quantum deleting and signalling

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same year the no-cloning theorem demonstrated the flaw in this proposed violation of causality [3,4]. Thus, the linear evolution of even non-relativistic quantum.