Creation of quantum coherence with general measurement processes

  title={Creation of quantum coherence with general measurement processes},
  author={Sanuja D. Mohanty and Gautam Sharma and Sk Sazim and Biswajit Pradhan and Arun Kumar Pati},
  journal={Quantum Information Processing},
Quantum measurement not only can destroy coherence but also can create it. Here, we estimate the maximum amount of coherence, one can create under a complete non-selective measurement process. For our analysis, we consider projective as well as POVM measurements. Based on our observations, we characterize the measurement processes into two categories, namely, the measurements with the ability to induce coherence and the ones without this ability. Our findings also suggest that the more POVM… 
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