Journal Article Random matrix techniques in quantum information theory

Collins, Benoît  ,  Nechita, Ion

57 ( 1 ) 2015-12-10 , AIP Publishing
ISSN:0022-2488
NCID:AA00701758
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The purpose of this review is to present some of the latest developments using random techniques, and in particular, random matrix techniques in quantum information theory. Our review is a blend of a rather exhaustive review and of more detailed examples—coming mainly from research projects in which the authors were involved. We focus on two main topics, random quantum states and random quantum channels. We present results related to entropic quantities, entanglement of typical states, entanglement thresholds, the output set of quantum channels, and violations of the minimum output entropy of random channels.
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