Questions tagged [blind-quantum-computing]

BQC or Blind Quantum Computing is a term used when referring to a computation technique that prevents the servers from knowing how the task is being performed.

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Blind quantum computing — generic structure variable selection

Background Recently I came upon a research article entitled Experimental Demonstration of Blind Quantum Computing. Within this research article, the scientists claimed that - through the proper ...
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Using XOR games to benchmark quantum computers

In an answer to a previous question, What exactly are Quantum XOR Games?, ahelwer states: One application of xor games is self-testing: when running algorithms on an untrusted quantum computer, you ...
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What is the computational complexity limitation of classical client delegated quantum computing CCDQC protocols?

The number of T-gates in quantum search reaches $O(2^{m/2} \cdot\text{poly}(m))$, which is beyond the capability of CHE-based QHE schemes. But is it the same case for other bilnd QC protocols? and ...
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Process Tomography for Blind Quantum Computation

Process Tomography can identify the quantum channel, while Blind Quantum Computation strives to hide the inputs using quantum gates. Given the user executes the same blind circuit multiple times (of ...