Simon Laibacher

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We demonstrate how the physics of multiboson correlation interference leads to the computational complexity of linear optical interferometers based on correlation measurements in the degrees of freedom of the input bosons. In particular, we address the task of multiboson correlation sampling (MBCS) from the probability distribution associated with(More)
We provide a compact full description of multiboson correlation measurements of arbitrary order N in passive linear interferometers with arbitrary input single-photon pure states. This allows us to physically analyze the novel problem of multiboson correlation sampling at the output of random linear interferometers. Our results also describe general(More)
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