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Title
An
introduction
to
quantum
communication
Creator
Mishra, Vinod K.
DescriptionAbstract
Quantum
mechanics
is
the
most
successful
theory
for
describing
the
microworld
of
photons
,
atoms
, and their
aggregates
.
It
is
behind
much
of the
successes
of
modern
technology
.
It
has
deep
philosophical
implications
to the
fundamental
nature
of
material
reality
. A
few
decades
ago
,
it
was also
realized
that
it
is
connected
to the
computer
science
and
information
theory
. With this
understanding
were
born
the
new
disciplines
of
quantum
computing
and
quantum
communication
. The
current
book
introduces
the
very
exciting
area
of
quantum
communication
,
which
lies
at the
intersection
of
quantum
mechanics
,
information
theory
, and
atomic
physics
. The
relevant
concepts
of these
disciplines
are
explained
, and their
implication
for the
task
of
unbreakably
secure
communication
is
elucidated
. The
mathematical
formulation
of
various
approaches
has been
explained
. An
attempt
has been
made
to
keep
the
exposition
selfcontained
. A
senior
undergraduate
with
good
mathematics
and
physics
background
should be
able
to
follow
the
current
thinking
about
these
issues
after
understanding
the
material
presented
in this
book
.
DescriptionTable Of Contents
1
.
Why
quantum
communication
?

1.1
Classical
communication
and its
limits

Concept
of
probability
distribution

Information
or
Shannon
entropy

ShannonHartley
theorem

Noisychannel
coding
theorem

Limits
of
classical
communication

1.2
Role
of
quantum
communication
2
.
Physical
basis
of
quantum
communication

2.1
Basic
quantum
mechanics
for
QC

Wave
function

Schrฬฒoฬ
dinger's
equation

Bra
and
Ket

Probability
function

Superposition
principle

2.2
EinsteinPodolskyRosen
paradox

2.3
Some
inequalities

2.4
Idea
of
entanglement

2.5
Quantum
zeno
effect

2.6
Decoherence

2.7
Propagation
of
light
in an
optical
fiber
3
.
Information
theory
for
quantum
communication

3.1
Mathematical
representation
of a
single
qubit

3.2
Entropies
for
information

Von
Neumann
entropy

Shannon
entropy

Renyi
entropy

Collision
entropy

Minentropy

Tsallis
entropy

SharmaMittal
entropy

3.3
Shannonlike
capacity
theorems
for
QC

3.4
Nogo
theorems
for
qubits

3.5
A
general
model
for
quantum
communication

3.6
Entanglement
measures

3.7
Entanglement
processing

Appendix
3A
.
Special
3qubit
quantum
states

Appendix
3B
.
PeresHorodecky
criterion

Appendix
3C
.
Von
Neumann
entropy

Appendix
3D
.
Other
information
entropies
4
.
Quantum
error
correction
coding
and
cryptography

4.1
Need
for
coding
in
communication

Source
coding
(classical)

Channel
coding
(classical)

4.2
Source
coding
(quantum)

4.3
Error
correction
coding
(quantum)
: an
example

4.4
General
error
correction
coding
(quantum)

4.5
Cryptography
:
classical
and
quantum

4.6
A
QKD
protocols
based
on
Heisenberg
uncertainty
principle

4.7
A
QKD
protocol
based
on
entanglement

4.8
Practical
QKD
5
.
Quantum
communication
network
(QCN)

5.1
A
review
of
classical
communication
network

5.2
Basic
QCN
architecture

5.3
Quantum
teleportation

5.4
Quantum
superdense
coding

5.5
Quantum
repeater
network

5.6
Software
defined
quantum
networking
6
.
Physical
realization
of
quantum
communication
network

6.1
Flying
qubit
sources

6.2
Stationary
qubit
sources

6.3
Qubit
detection
and
measurement

6.4
Quantum
repeater
(QR)

6.5
Distributed
quantum
nodes

Appendix
6A
.
Stationary
qubit
source
technologies

Reference

Index
.
Publisher
Momentum Press
Subject
Quantum communication
Identifier (Full text)
http://portal.igpublish.com/iglibrary/search/MPB0000257.html
ISBN
9781606505571
(electronic)
;
9781606505564
(print)
Language
eng
Type
Text
FormatExtent
1 online resource (xi, 68 p.)
Date
2016
RelationIs Part Of
Communications and signal processing collection
Purchased by
Puey Ungphakorn Library, Rangsit Campus
OCLC number
1020483370
CONTENTdm number
17341
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