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Quantum Zero-Error Information Theory

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<p>This book aims at presenting the field of Quantum Information Theory in an intuitive, didactic and self-contained way, taking into account several multidisciplinary aspects. Therefore, this books is particularly suited to students and researchers willing to grasp fundamental concepts in... > mehr
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Autor: Francisco Marcos de Assis, Rex A. C. Medeiros, Elloá B. Guedes
Anbieter: Springer
Sprache: Englisch
EAN: 9783319427942
Veröffentlicht: 02.09.2016
Format: PDF
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<p>This book aims at presenting the field of Quantum Information Theory in an intuitive, didactic and self-contained way, taking into account several multidisciplinary aspects. Therefore, this books is particularly suited to students and researchers willing to grasp fundamental concepts in Quantum Computation and Quantum Information areas.</p>The field of Quantum Information Theory has increased significantly over the last three decades. Many results from classical information theory were translated and extended to a scenario where quantum effects become important.&nbsp;Most of the results in this area allows for an asymptotically small probability of error to represent and transmit information efficiently.&nbsp;Claude E.Shannon was the first scientist to realize that error-free classical information transmission can be accomplished under certain conditions. More recently, the concept of error-free classical communication was translated to the quantum context. The so-called Quantum Zero-Error Information Theory completes and extends the Shannon Zero-Error Information Theory.<p></p>
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