One-Shot Manipulation of Dynamical Quantum Resources.

  title={One-Shot Manipulation of Dynamical Quantum Resources.},
  author={Bartosz Regula and Ryuji Takagi},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  volume={127 6},
We develop a unified framework to characterize one-shot transformations of dynamical quantum resources in terms of resource quantifiers, establishing universal conditions for exact and approximate transformations in general resource theories. Our framework encompasses all dynamical resources represented as quantum channels, including those with a specific structure-such as boxes, assemblages, and measurements-thus immediately applying in a vast range of physical settings. For the particularly… 

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