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  • Faithful Simulation of Distributed Quantum Measurements with Applications in Distributed Quantum Computing

  • Tuesday, October 01, 2019 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT
    HAAS 111
    Purdue University

    Speaker: Mohsen Heidari

    Abstract:
    Distributed quantum computing is a suggested approach to overcome the scalability challenge in quantum computers. Small-scale quantum processors network to build a larger quantum computer. In these settings, the computation task is divided among the interconnected quantum processors. At the final stage, the result of the computation is stored in classical bits. Such a task is modeled by a quantum measurement performed in a distributed fashion. In this talk, I\u2019ll discuss distributed quantum-to-classical storage from the perspective of quantum information theory. I\u2019ll present lower bounds on the amount of the classical storage in terms of quantum information quantities.



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