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A concentration of measure result for non-catalytic decoupling via approximate unitary t-designs

@article{Nema2020ACO,
  title={A concentration of measure result for non-catalytic decoupling via approximate unitary t-designs},
  author={Aditya Nema and Pranab Kumar Sen},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
  year={2020}
}
Decoupling theorems are an important tool in quantum information theory where they are used as building blocks in a host of information transmission protocols. A decoupling theorem takes a bipartite quantum state shared between a system and a reference, applies some local operation on the system, and under suitable constraints, proves that the resulting state is close to a product state between the output system and the untouched reference. The theorem is said to be non-catalytic if it does not… 
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