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Quantum Copy-Protection from Hidden Subspaces

@article{Aaronson2020QuantumCF,
  title={Quantum Copy-Protection from Hidden Subspaces},
  author={Scott Aaronson and Jiahui Liu and Ruizhe Zhang},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2004.09674}
}
  • Scott Aaronson, Jiahui Liu, Ruizhe Zhang
  • Published 2020
  • Computer Science, Physics
  • ArXiv
  • Quantum copy-protection is an innovative idea that uses the no-cloning property of quantum information to copy-protect programs and was first put forward by \cite{aaronson2009quantum}. The general goal is that a program distributor can distribute a quantum state $|\Psi\rangle$, whose classical description is secret to the users; a user can use this state to run the program P on his own input, but not be able to pirate this program P or create another state with the same functionality. In the… CONTINUE READING

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