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Non-Destructive Zero-Knowledge Proofs on Quantum States, and Multi-Party Generation of Authorized Hidden GHZ States

@article{Colisson2021NonDestructiveZP,
  title={Non-Destructive Zero-Knowledge Proofs on Quantum States, and Multi-Party Generation of Authorized Hidden GHZ States},
  author={L{\'e}o Colisson and F. Grosshans and E. Kashefi},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2104.04742}
}
Due to the special no-cloning principle, quantum states appear to be very useful in cryptography. But this very same property also has drawbacks: when receiving a quantum state, it is nearly impossible for the receiver to efficiently check non-trivial properties on that state without destroying it. This allows a malicious sender to send maliciously crafted states without being detected. The natural (destructive) method for testing a quantum state is the “cut-and-choose” method. However, this… Expand

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