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The highest rate at which quantum information can be communicated over many independent uses of a noisy quantum channel (e.g. a qubit) from a sender to a receiver.

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Optimality of teleportation for entanglement-assisted quantum channel coding

Setting: Consider a quantum channel $N_{A\rightarrow B}$ between Alice and Bob. Let Alice and Bob also share arbitrary amounts of entanglement assistance through the state $\phi_{A_EB_E}$ (these can ...
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Bounding diamond norm distance using probability of error in transmission of classical information

Let us consider an encode, noisy channel and a decoder such that classical messages $m\in\mathcal{M}$ can be transmitted with some small error. That is, for a message $m$ that is sent by Alice, Bob ...
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What was the meaning of Lossless Quantum compression?

I was reading few questions regarding lossless quantum compression on stack exchange, then out of curiosity, I started reading this article. After reading I end up being confused about what does ...
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Quantum capacity for serial composition of quantum channels

Recently, I have been working with quantum channel capacity for quantum-quantum channels and I was wondering if there exist some results for channel compositions. Specifically, I have been looking for ...
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What are examples of zero capacity quantum channels with Choi rank less than $d$?

All the currently known examples of quantum channels with zero quantum capacity are either PPT or anti-degradable. These notions can be conveniently defined in terms of the Choi matrix of the given ...
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What exactly is the relation between the Holevo quantity and the mutual information?

On this page, it is stated that the Holevo quantity is an upper bound to the accessible information of a quantum state. In the scenario where Alice encodes classical information into a quantum state ...
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Understanding classical vs. quantum channel capacities

The classical channel capacity ($C_{ea}$) and the quantum channel capacity ($Q$) as defined here (eqs. 1 and 2) are given by \begin{equation} C_{ea} = \text{sup}_{\rho} \Big[S(\rho) + S(\Phi_t \rho) -...
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Experimental Realization of Superactivation of Quantum Capacity

The superactivation of quantum capacity is an effect that some quantum channels present such that is two of those channels with zero capacity are combined, a non-zero channel capacity can be achieved ...
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Advances in Quantum Channel Capacity

I have been reading about the Quantum Channel Capacity and it seems to be an open problem to find such capacity in general. Quantum capacity is the highest rate at which quantum information can be ...