DOI: 10.14704/nq.2019.17.2.1938

Optimal and Approximate Analysis of an Information Network

Daegene Song

Abstract


The subjectivity seen in quantum theory has been the topic of major debate ever since the theory was first introduced about a century ago. The idea of treating the subject and the object independently has been difficult to accept in the science community; however, the subjective limit of knowledge has been discussed in philosophy for centuries. On the other hand, one of the important outcomes of recent studies of quantum theory is developing useful and practical applications from often controversial and philosophical debates such as the simultaneous existence of multiple states or superluminal influencing, which appears to violate the locality imposed by relativity. Establishing a long-distance correlation may be effective in a number of applications in quantum information technology. In this paper, an entanglement swapping scheme for three 2-level states is examined using numerical methods. In particular, it is studied that there is a class of non-maximal states that approximate the optimal outcome, namely, the weakest link.

Keywords


Numerical simulation, Entanglement, Network

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