A Statistical Model of Information Evaporation of Perfectly Reflecting Black Holes

  title={A Statistical Model of Information Evaporation of Perfectly Reflecting Black Holes},
  author={Laszlo Gyongyosi},
We provide a statistical communication model for the phenomenon of quantum information evaporation from black holes. A black hole behaves as a reflecting quantum channel in a very special regime, which allows for a receiver to perfectly recover the absorbed quantum information. The quantum channel of a perfectly reflecting (PR) black hole is the probabilistically weighted sum of infinitely many qubit cloning channels. In this work, we reveal the statistical communication background of the… 

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  • L. Gyongyosi
  • Physics, Computer Science
    Quantum Inf. Process.
  • 2014
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