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"... In the framework of an algebraic approach, we consider a quantum teleportation procedure. It turns out that using the quantum measurement nonlocality hypothesis is unnecessary for describing this procedure. We study the question of what material objects are information carriers for quantum teleporta ..."
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In the framework of an algebraic approach, we consider a quantum teleportation procedure. It turns out that using the quantum measurement nonlocality hypothesis is unnecessary for describing this procedure. We study the question of what material objects are information carriers for quantum
Quantum Teleportation
"... Given a single copy of an unknown quantum state, it is impossible in principle to identify it. The mostly inaccessible information carried by the state is termed quantum information. In contrast to classical information, it cannot be copied or cloned. This concept provides a theoretical underpinning ..."
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underpinning for all aspects of quantum communication and quantum computation. Here we use it to consider quantum teleportation. 1.
Experimental quantum teleportation
 Nature
, 1997
"... Quantum entanglement lies at the heart of new proposals for quantum communication and computation. Here we describe the recent experimental realization of quantum teleportation. ..."
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Quantum entanglement lies at the heart of new proposals for quantum communication and computation. Here we describe the recent experimental realization of quantum teleportation.
1 An Overview of Quantum Teleportation
"... Quantum teleportation is a communication protocol for the exchange of information between remotely separated parties. We survey some prominent applications of quantum teleportation that show potential for collecting and analyzing information. In addition to a background review of the underlying prin ..."
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Quantum teleportation is a communication protocol for the exchange of information between remotely separated parties. We survey some prominent applications of quantum teleportation that show potential for collecting and analyzing information. In addition to a background review of the underlying
Spectral Effects in Quantum Teleportation
"... Abstract: Quantum teleportation is analyzed in the context of multimode interference effects. The teleportation fidelity depends on the spectral relationship between the entangled photons and on the spectral overlap between the photons in the Bellstate measurement. ..."
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Abstract: Quantum teleportation is analyzed in the context of multimode interference effects. The teleportation fidelity depends on the spectral relationship between the entangled photons and on the spectral overlap between the photons in the Bellstate measurement.
Quantum teleportation between multiparties
, 2003
"... The paper presents general protocols for quantum teleportation between multiparties. It is shown how N parties can teleport N unknown quantum states to M other parties with the use of N + M qudits in the maximally entangled state. It is also shown that a single pair of qudits in the maximally entang ..."
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The paper presents general protocols for quantum teleportation between multiparties. It is shown how N parties can teleport N unknown quantum states to M other parties with the use of N + M qudits in the maximally entangled state. It is also shown that a single pair of qudits in the maximally
Probabilistic quantum teleportation
 Phys. Lett. A
"... We consider a generalized quantum teleportation protocol for an unknown qubit using nonmaximally entangled state as a shared resource. Without recourse to local filtering or entanglement concentration, using standard Bellstate measurement and classical communication one cannot teleport the state w ..."
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We consider a generalized quantum teleportation protocol for an unknown qubit using nonmaximally entangled state as a shared resource. Without recourse to local filtering or entanglement concentration, using standard Bellstate measurement and classical communication one cannot teleport the state
Notation for general quantum teleportation
, 2001
"... A new notation for the quantum teleportation of finite dimensional quantum state through a generally entangled quantum channel is introduced. For a given quantum channel an explict mathematical criterion that governs the faithful teleportation is presented. 1 lichong@student.dlut.edu.cn Quantum tele ..."
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A new notation for the quantum teleportation of finite dimensional quantum state through a generally entangled quantum channel is introduced. For a given quantum channel an explict mathematical criterion that governs the faithful teleportation is presented. 1 lichong@student.dlut.edu.cn Quantum
The criterion for quantum teleportation of fock states
, 2002
"... The quantum teleportation of fock states is formulated through the state evolution by means of the general theory of quantummechanical measurement in the coherent state basis. The criterion for evaluating the quantum teleportation of fock states is established, which is different from that of telep ..."
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The quantum teleportation of fock states is formulated through the state evolution by means of the general theory of quantummechanical measurement in the coherent state basis. The criterion for evaluating the quantum teleportation of fock states is established, which is different from
Quantum teleportation criteria for continuous variables
, 2000
"... We discuss the criteria presently used for evaluating the efficiency of quantum teleportation schemes for continuous variables. It is argued that the fidelity criterion used so far has some severe drawbacks, and that a fidelity value larger than 2/3 is actually required for successful quantum telepo ..."
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We discuss the criteria presently used for evaluating the efficiency of quantum teleportation schemes for continuous variables. It is argued that the fidelity criterion used so far has some severe drawbacks, and that a fidelity value larger than 2/3 is actually required for successful quantum
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