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Overcoming entropic limitations on asymptotic state transformations through probabilistic protocols

@inproceedings{Regula2022OvercomingEL,
  title={Overcoming entropic limitations on asymptotic state transformations through probabilistic protocols},
  author={Bartosz Regula and Ludovico Lami and Mark M. Wilde},
  year={2022}
}
The quantum relative entropy is known to play a key role in determining the asymptotic convertibility of quantum states in general resource-theoretic settings, often constituting the unique monotone that is relevant in the asymptotic regime. We show that this is no longer the case when one allows stochastic protocols that may only succeed with some probability, in which case the quantum relative entropy is insufficient to characterize the rates of asymptotic state transformations, and a new… 

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