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19 January 2021
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Quantum Information in Space and Time
Igor V. Volovich ;
Date 15 Aug 2001
Subject Quantum Physics; Information Theory; Mathematical Physics; Mesoscopic Systems and Quantum Hall Effect; Probability | quant-ph cond-mat.mes-hall cs.IT gr-qc hep-ph hep-th math-ph math.MP math.PR
AbstractMany important results in modern quantum information theory have been obtained for an idealized situation when the spacetime dependence of quantum phenomena is neglected. However the transmission and processing of (quantum) information is a physical process in spacetime. Therefore such basic notions in quantum information theory as the notions of composite systems, entangled states and the channel should be formulated in space and time. We emphasize the importance of the investigation of quantum information in space and time. Entangled states in space and time are considered. A modification of Bell`s equation which includes the spacetime variables is suggested. A general relation between quantum theory and theory of classical stochastic processes is proposed. It expresses the condition of local realism in the form of a {it noncommutative spectral theorem}. Applications of this relation to the security of quantum key distribution in quantum cryptography are considered.
Source arXiv, quant-ph/0108073
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