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Talk by Marco David, to be held for the Jacobs University Physics Society.

Abstract

  • Quantum Information Theory and Coding Theory
  • Classical Channels, Symmetric and Asymmetric Bit-Flip Channels
  • Channel Capacity, Entropy and Information, Simultaneous Channel Uses
  • Quantum Channels, 0+0=1 and Quantum Cat Demonstration.

References

This talk is inspired by a series of lectures on Quantum Information and Coding Theory, given as part of the PHYS 559 "Advanced Statistical Mechanics" course by Prof. Bill Coish at McGill University in Fall 2019.

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