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The Resource Exploring quantum foundations with single photons, Martin Ringbauer, (electronic book)

Exploring quantum foundations with single photons, Martin Ringbauer, (electronic book)

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Exploring quantum foundations with single photons
Title
Exploring quantum foundations with single photons
Statement of responsibility
Martin Ringbauer
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Author
Subject
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
YDX
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Ringbauer, Martin
Dewey number
530.12
Index
no index present
LC call number
QC174.12
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Springer theses
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Quantum theory
Label
Exploring quantum foundations with single photons, Martin Ringbauer, (electronic book)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"Doctoral thesis accepted by the University of Queensland, Australia."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Supervisor's Foreword; Abstract; Acknowledgements; Contents; Preamble; What to Expect; 1 Introduction to Quantum Information; 1.1 Quantum States; 1.1.1 Qubits; 1.1.2 Beyond Qubits; 1.1.3 Comparing Quantum States; 1.1.4 Composite Systems and Entanglement; 1.2 Quantum Channels; 1.2.1 Working with Quantum Channels; 1.2.2 Process Matrix Representation; 1.3 Quantum Measurements; 1.3.1 Inconsistent Prescriptions; 1.3.2 Weak Measurements; 1.3.3 Quantum Non-demolition Measurements; 1.4 Quantum Information in Practice; 1.4.1 Single Photons; 1.4.2 Manipulating Polarization Qubits; References
  • 2 Quantum Tomography2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Quantum State Tomography; 2.2.1 Linear Inversion Tomography; 2.2.2 Maximum Likelihood Estimation; 2.2.3 Zero Probabilities; 2.2.4 Error Bars for Quantum Tomography; 2.2.5 Quantum Process Tomography; 2.2.6 Caveats and Generalizations; 2.3 Taming Non-completely-Positive Maps with Superchannels; 2.3.1 Constructing the Superchannel mathcalM; 2.3.2 Superchannel Tomography; 2.3.3 Superchannels in the Wild; 2.3.4 Quantifying Initial Correlations; 2.3.5 Preparation Fidelity; 2.3.6 Discussion; References; 3 Introduction to Quantum Foundations
  • 3.1 Probability and Randomness3.2 Quantum Correlations; 3.2.1 EPR Paradox; 3.2.2 Bell's Theorem; 3.2.3 A Hierarchy of Correlations; 3.2.4 Superquantum Correlations; 3.2.5 Correlation Polytopes; 3.3 Contextuality; 3.3.1 Kochen-Specker Contextuality; 3.3.2 Universal (Operational) Contextuality; 3.3.3 Noncontextuality and Classicality; 3.3.4 Wigner Negativity; 3.4 Paradoxes and Basic Games; 3.4.1 Quantum Teleportation; 3.4.2 GHZ Paradox and Multipartite Entanglement; 3.4.3 Hardy's Paradox; 3.4.4 Leggett-Garg and Macrorealism; 3.5 Pre- and Post-Selection Paradoxes; 3.5.1 Weak Values
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319649887
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Exploring quantum foundations with single photons, Martin Ringbauer, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
"Doctoral thesis accepted by the University of Queensland, Australia."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Supervisor's Foreword; Abstract; Acknowledgements; Contents; Preamble; What to Expect; 1 Introduction to Quantum Information; 1.1 Quantum States; 1.1.1 Qubits; 1.1.2 Beyond Qubits; 1.1.3 Comparing Quantum States; 1.1.4 Composite Systems and Entanglement; 1.2 Quantum Channels; 1.2.1 Working with Quantum Channels; 1.2.2 Process Matrix Representation; 1.3 Quantum Measurements; 1.3.1 Inconsistent Prescriptions; 1.3.2 Weak Measurements; 1.3.3 Quantum Non-demolition Measurements; 1.4 Quantum Information in Practice; 1.4.1 Single Photons; 1.4.2 Manipulating Polarization Qubits; References
  • 2 Quantum Tomography2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Quantum State Tomography; 2.2.1 Linear Inversion Tomography; 2.2.2 Maximum Likelihood Estimation; 2.2.3 Zero Probabilities; 2.2.4 Error Bars for Quantum Tomography; 2.2.5 Quantum Process Tomography; 2.2.6 Caveats and Generalizations; 2.3 Taming Non-completely-Positive Maps with Superchannels; 2.3.1 Constructing the Superchannel mathcalM; 2.3.2 Superchannel Tomography; 2.3.3 Superchannels in the Wild; 2.3.4 Quantifying Initial Correlations; 2.3.5 Preparation Fidelity; 2.3.6 Discussion; References; 3 Introduction to Quantum Foundations
  • 3.1 Probability and Randomness3.2 Quantum Correlations; 3.2.1 EPR Paradox; 3.2.2 Bell's Theorem; 3.2.3 A Hierarchy of Correlations; 3.2.4 Superquantum Correlations; 3.2.5 Correlation Polytopes; 3.3 Contextuality; 3.3.1 Kochen-Specker Contextuality; 3.3.2 Universal (Operational) Contextuality; 3.3.3 Noncontextuality and Classicality; 3.3.4 Wigner Negativity; 3.4 Paradoxes and Basic Games; 3.4.1 Quantum Teleportation; 3.4.2 GHZ Paradox and Multipartite Entanglement; 3.4.3 Hardy's Paradox; 3.4.4 Leggett-Garg and Macrorealism; 3.5 Pre- and Post-Selection Paradoxes; 3.5.1 Weak Values
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319649887
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote

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