Entanglement-assisted capacity of a quantum channel and the reverse Shannon theorem

  title={Entanglement-assisted capacity of a quantum channel and the reverse Shannon theorem},
  author={Charles H. Bennett and Peter W. Shor and John A. Smolin and Ashish V. Thapliyal},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Inf. Theory},
The entanglement-assisted classical capacity of a noisy quantum channel (C/sub E/) is the amount of information per channel use that can be sent over the channel in the limit of many uses of the channel, assuming that the sender and receiver have access to the resource of shared quantum entanglement, which may be used up by the communication protocol. We show that the capacity C/sub E/ is given by an expression parallel to that for the capacity of a purely classical channel: i.e., the maximum… 
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