Five Starter Pieces: Quantum Information Science via Semi-definite Programs

@inproceedings{Siddhu2021FiveSP,
  title={Five Starter Pieces: Quantum Information Science via Semi-definite Programs},
  author={Vikesh Siddhu and Sridhar R. Tayur},
  year={2021}
}
As the title indicates, this chapter presents a brief, self-contained introduction to five fundamental problems in Quantum Information Science (QIS) that are especially well-suited to be formulated as Semi-definite Programs (SDP). We have in mind two audiences. The primary audience comprises of Operations Research (and Computer Science) graduate students who have familiarity with SDPs, but have found it daunting to become even minimally conversant with pre-requisites of QIS. The second audience… 
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