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Unformatted text preview: 33-658, 758 Quantum Computation and Information Spring Semester, 2012Assignment No. 5 (Not to be turned in)ANNOUNCEMENT. There will be an hour exam on Tuesday afternoon, February 21, beginningat 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 unitcourse) arenotrequired to attend it.The exam will cover the material in the lectures up to andprecedingclassical information theory and typesof quantum information, etc. The corresponding problem assignments are Nos. 1 to 4, with the exception ofthe last problem (clasical channel) on Asn. 4.Problem 1 below comes from an hour exam in a previous course, where it was worth 60 points. (Therewere other problems worth 40 points, for a total of 100, but they involve material outside the scope of thecoming hour exam.) The other problems are practice problems. None are to be turned in.READING associated with current lectures:DENSE = “Dense Coding, Teleportation, No Cloning” Course web siteQCQI = Nielsen and Chuang, Quantum Computation and Quantum InformationTYPES = “Quantum Information Types” Course web siteTypes of quantum information: TYPES.There is also a published paper “Types of Quantum Informa-...
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2012 for the course PHYS 3101 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Pittsburgh.

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