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How to implement the generalized-coherent-state POVM via nonadaptive continuous isotropic measurement

@article{Jackson2019HowTI,
  title={How to implement the generalized-coherent-state POVM via nonadaptive continuous isotropic measurement},
  author={Christopher S. Jackson},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
  year={2019}
}
In a recent Letter~[PRL \textbf{121}, 130404 (2018)], it was announced that the spin-coherent-state POVM can be implemented via a nonadaptive continuous isotropic measurement. In this article, the mathematical concepts used to prove this are explained in greater depth. Also provided is the more general result of how to implement a generalized-coherent-state POVM for any finite-dimensional unitary representation of a Lie group. 
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