QFactory: classically-instructed remote secret qubits preparation

@inproceedings{Cojocaru2019QFactoryCR,
  title={QFactory: classically-instructed remote secret qubits preparation},
  author={Alexandru Cojocaru and L{\'e}o Colisson and Elham Kashefi and Petros Wallden},
  booktitle={IACR Cryptology ePrint Archive},
  year={2019}
}
  • Alexandru Cojocaru, Léo Colisson, +1 author Petros Wallden
  • Published in
    IACR Cryptology ePrint…
    2019
  • Computer Science, Physics, Mathematics
  • The functionality of classically-instructed remotely prepared random secret qubits was introduced in (Cojocaru et al 2018) as a way to enable classical parties to participate in secure quantum computation and communications protocols. The idea is that a classical party (client) instructs a quantum party (server) to generate a qubit to the server's side that is random, unknown to the server but known to the client. Such task is only possible under computational assumptions. In this contribution… CONTINUE READING

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