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EE 599 -- Quantum Information and Quantum Computation Topics for Individual Projects Communication Protocols Quantum channel capacity. This is several problems: how much classical information can be sent using quantum channels? How much if we also allow shared entanglement? How much quantum information can be sent? How much with shared entanglement? With a shared classical channel? Quantum bit commitment. Can Alice provide Bob with a bit value in such a way that Bob cannot read the bit until Alice gives him a key, but Alice cannot change her mind about the bit value? This is impossible classically and quantum mechanically. Security proofs for quantum cryptography. Quantum communication complexity. Alice has a number x and Bob a number y; they wish to compute a number f(x,y) with the minimum amount of communication. Quantum secret sharing. A quantum state is divided among several people in such a way that any n of them can reconstruct the state, but fewer than n of them cannot.
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This note was uploaded on 10/15/2008 for the course EE 520 taught by Professor Brun during the Fall '08 term at USC.

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