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Differential geometry of quantum channel estimation

Fujiwara, A (Osaka)
Thursday 18 November 2004, 10:30-11.15

Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute


Since almost every quantum protocol assumes a priori knowledge of the behavoir of the quantum channel under consideration, there is no doubt that identifying the channel is of fundamental importance in quantum information theory. In this talk, I will review some recent developments in quantum channel estimation theory, putting emphasis on an active interplay between noncommutative statistics and information geometry.

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