Local encoding of classical information onto quantum states

  title={Local encoding of classical information onto quantum states},
  author={Yuji Tanaka and Damian Markham and Mio Murao},
  journal={Journal of Modern Optics},
  pages={2259 - 2273}
In this article we investigate the possibility of encoding classical information onto multipartite quantum states in the distant laboratory framework. We show that for all states generated by Clifford operations there always exists such an encoding; this includes all stabilizer states such as cluster states and all graph states. We also show local encoding for classes of symmetric states (which cannot be generated by Clifford operations). We generalize our approach using group theoretic methods… Expand
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