Information-tradeoff relations for finite-strength quantum measurements

  title={Information-tradeoff relations for finite-strength quantum measurements},
  author={C. Fuchs and K. Jacobs},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  • C. Fuchs, K. Jacobs
  • Published 2001
  • Physics
  • Physical Review A
  • In this paper we describe a way to quantify the folkloric notion that quantum measurements bring a disturbance to the system being measured. We consider two observers who initially assign identical mixed-state density operators to a two-state quantum system. The question we address is to what extent one observer can, by measurement, increase the purity of his density operator without affecting the purity of the other observer's. If there were no restrictions on the first observer's measurements… CONTINUE READING
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