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An uncertainty relation for measurements of random unitary channels acting on a qubit

@inproceedings{Kimoto2022AnUR,
  title={An uncertainty relation for measurements of random unitary channels acting on a qubit},
  author={Taihei Kimoto and Takayuki Miyadera},
  year={2022}
}
By preparing an input state and measuring an observable for the output state, we can measure a quantum channel. Following the formulation given by Xiao et al ., we study an uncertainty relation for ancilla-free measurements of random unitary channels acting on a qubit. We obtain an explicit formula and give a necessary and sufficient condition for this formula to be nontrivial. 

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