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1.1.1 Entanglement and Local, Realistic Theories
1.1.2 Characteristic Quantum Effects for Practical Purposes
1.1.3 Quantum Algorithms
1.2 Quantum Physics and Information Processing
2.1 Introduction
2.2 What is Quantum Information?
2.3.1 The Quantum Copier
2.3.2 Joint Measurement
2.3.3 Bell’s Telephone
2.3.4 Entanglement, Mixed-State Analyzers
2.4.1 Operations on Multiple Inputs
2.4.2 Quantum Cryptography
2.4.3 Entanglement-Assisted Teleportation
2.4.4 Superdense Coding
2.4.5 Quantum Computation
2.4.6 Error Correction
2.5 A Preview of the Quantum Theory of Information
2.6.1 Systems and States
2.6.2 Channels
2.6.3 Duality between Channels and Bipartite States
2.6.4 Channel Capacity
2.6.5 Coding Theorems
2.6.6 Teleportation and Dense Coding Schemes
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Entanglement – Basic Features
3.3.1 Quantum Cryptography
3.3.2 Quantum Dense Coding
3.3.3 Quantum Teleportation
3.4.1 Entangled Photon Pairs
3.4.2 Polarization-Entangled Pairs from Type II
3.4.3 Interferometric Bell-State Analysis
3.4.4 Manipulation and Detection of Single Photons
3.5.1 Quantum Cryptography
3.5.2 Quantum Dense Coding
3.5.3 Quantum Teleportation of Arbitrary Qubit States
3.6 Outlook
4.1 Introduction
4.2.1 Quantum Networks
4.2.2 Boolean Functions and the Ring Normal Form
4.2.3 Embedded Transforms
4.2.4 Permutations
4.2.5 Preparing Quantum States
4.2.6 Quantum Turing Machines
4.3 Using Entanglement for Computation:
4.4.1 Factorization of DFTN
4.4.2 Abelian Groups and Duality Theorems
4.4.3 Sampling of Fourier Coefficients
4.4.4 Schur’s Lemma and its Applications
4.5.1 Grover’s Algorithm
4.5.2 Shor’s Algorithm
4.5.3 Taxonomy of Quantum Algorithms
4.6.1 Quantum Fourier Transforms: the General Case
4.6.2 The Discrete Cosine Transform
4.7.1 Introduction
4.7.2 Background
4.7.3 A Classic Code
4.7.4 Quantum Channels and Codes
4.8 Conclusions
5.1 Introduction
5.2.1 Pure States
5.2.2 Some Necessary Conditions for Separability
5.2.3 Entanglement and Theory of Positive Maps
5.2.4 Examples
5.2.5 Volumes of Entangled and Separable States
5.3.1 Distillation of Entanglement:
5.3.2 Distillation of Two-Qubit States
5.3.3 Examples
5.3.4 Bound Entanglement
5.3.5 Do There Exist Bound Entangled NPT States?
5.3.6 Example
5.3.7 Some Consequences of the Existence
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