Quantum error correction and one-way LOCC state distinguishability
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Journal of Mathematical Physics
We explore the intersection of studies in quantum error correction and quantum local operations and classical communication (LOCC). We consider one-way LOCC measurement protocols as quantum channels and investigate their error correction properties, emphasizing an operator theory approach to the subject, and we obtain new applications to one-way LOCC state distinguishability as well as new derivations of some established results. We also derive conditions on when states that arise through the stabilizer formalism for quantum error correction are distinguishable under one-way LOCC.
Kribs, David W.; Mintah, Comfort; Nathanson, Michael; & Pereira, Rajesh. Quantum error correction and one-way LOCC state distinguishability. Journal of Mathematical Physics, 60(3), 032202. (2019) doi: 10.1063/1.5047486
Kribs, David W.; Mintah, Comfort; Nathanson, Michael; and Pereira, Rajesh. Quantum error correction and one-way LOCC state distinguishability (2019). Journal of Mathematical Physics. 60 (3), [article]. https://digitalcommons.stmarys-ca.edu/school-science-faculty-works/1121