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33-658, 758 Quantum Computation and Information Spring Semester, 2012 Assignment No. 3. Due Tuesday, February 7 ANNOUNCEMENT. There will be an hour exam on Tuesday afternoon, February 21, beginning at 3:00 pm (usual class hour). It is closed book, closed notes, no pocket calculators. Bring a pen or pencil. While there will be a quantum information seminar that afternoon, students enrolled in 33-758 (12 unit course) are not required to attend it. READING: CQT = Gri ffi ths, Consistent Quantum Theory CORRELATIONS = “Correlations, Ensembles, Density Operators” Course web site HISTORIES = “Histories and Consistency” Course web site INFORMATION = “Classical Information Theory” Course web site MEASUREMENTS = “Measurements” Course web site QCQI = Nielsen and Chuang, Quantum Computation and Quantum Information Quantum histories: CQT Ch. 8; HISTORIES Consistency conditions: CQT Sec. 11.5; HISTORIES. (The general treatment given in CQT Ch. 10 is not needed for this course.) Measurements: CQT Secs. 7.4; 17.1, 17.2, 18.1, 18.2, 18.3; MEASUREMENTS The axiomatic approach in QCQI Secs. 2.2.3 and the following subsections is correct as a method of calcu- lation, but not easy to understand.
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