A Short Course in Quantum Information Theory: An Approach from Theoretical Physics

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Springer, 2007 - Computers - 126 pages
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This concise primer combines the twin vantage points of theoretical physics and the unity of physics. It strips quantum information science to its basics by linking it to universal concepts in physics. Designed as an extensive lecture rather than a textbook, the book is based on courses delivered over several years to advanced undergraduate and beginning graduate students, and addresses anyone with a working knowledge of basic quantum physics.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Semiclassical semiQphysics
15
qubit representations
31
Onequbit manipulations
39
Composite qsystem pure state
53
All qoperations
69
Classical information theory
79
Qinformation theory
87
Qcomputation
99
Solutions
109
References
123
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