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Detection of the Quantum Illumination Measurement

@article{Krelina2019DetectionOT,
  title={Detection of the Quantum Illumination Measurement},
  author={Michal Krelina},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
  year={2019}
}
  • M. Krelina
  • Published 19 May 2019
  • Physics
  • arXiv: Quantum Physics
Quantum Illumination is a protocol that allows detecting of an object using the entanglement even in the noisy and lossy environment, or rather with the significant post-entanglement correlations. On the other hand, there is a natural question of whether we can detect such action of the quantum illumination that tries to detect a target. We assume a detecting system on the target and study if it is possible to discover the quantum illumination measurement and in what conditions. We found that… 

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