Tensor-product states and local indistinguishability: An optical linear implementation

Gioacchino Massimo Palma, Angelo Carollo, Anton Zeilinger, Simon, Christoph Simon

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Abstract

In this paper we investigate the properties of distinguishability of an orthogonal set of product states of two three level particle system by a simple class of joint measures. Here we confine ourselves to a system of analysis built up of linear elements, such as beam splitters and phase shifters, delay lines, electronically switched linear devices and auxiliary photons. We present here the impossibility of realization of a perfect never falling analyzer with this tools.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Titolo della pubblicazione ospiteCP513, Nuclear and Condensed Matter Physics
Pagine79-82
Numero di pagine4
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2000

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systems analysis
beam splitters
delay lines
falling
analyzers
tensors
photons
products
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Palma, G. M., Carollo, A., Zeilinger, A., Simon, & Simon, C. (2000). Tensor-product states and local indistinguishability: An optical linear implementation. In CP513, Nuclear and Condensed Matter Physics (pagg. 79-82)

Tensor-product states and local indistinguishability: An optical linear implementation. / Palma, Gioacchino Massimo; Carollo, Angelo; Zeilinger, Anton; Simon; Simon, Christoph.

CP513, Nuclear and Condensed Matter Physics. 2000. pag. 79-82.

Risultato della ricerca: Conference contribution

Palma, GM, Carollo, A, Zeilinger, A, Simon & Simon, C 2000, Tensor-product states and local indistinguishability: An optical linear implementation. in CP513, Nuclear and Condensed Matter Physics. pagg. 79-82.
Palma GM, Carollo A, Zeilinger A, Simon, Simon C. Tensor-product states and local indistinguishability: An optical linear implementation. In CP513, Nuclear and Condensed Matter Physics. 2000. pag. 79-82
Palma, Gioacchino Massimo ; Carollo, Angelo ; Zeilinger, Anton ; Simon ; Simon, Christoph. / Tensor-product states and local indistinguishability: An optical linear implementation. CP513, Nuclear and Condensed Matter Physics. 2000. pagg. 79-82
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