Classicality of Quantum Information Processing

TitreClassicality of Quantum Information Processing
Type de publicationJournal Article
Nouvelles publications2001
AuteursPoulin, D
JournalPhysical Review A
Volume65
Pagination42319
Mots clésFoundations
Résumé
The ultimate goal of the classicality program is to quantify the amount of quantumness of certain processes. Here, classicality is studied for a restricted type of process: quantum information processing (QIP). Under special conditions, one can force some qubits of a quantum computer into a classical state without affecting the outcome of the computation. The minimal set of conditions is described and its structure is studied. Some implications of this formalism are the increase of noise robustness, a proof of the quantumness of mixed state quantum computing and a step forward in understanding the very foundation of QIP.
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