Quantum Information with Continuous Variables

@article{Braunstein2003QuantumIW,
  title={Quantum Information with Continuous Variables},
  author={Samuel L. Braunstein and Peter van Loock},
  journal={Reviews of Modern Physics},
  year={2003},
  volume={77},
  pages={513-577}
}
Preface. About the Editors. Part I: Quantum Computing. 1. Quantum computing with qubits S.L. Braunstein, A.K. Pati. 2. Quantum computation over continuous variables S. Lloyd, S.L. Braunstein. 3. Error correction for continuous quantum variables S.L. Braunstein. 4. Deutsch-Jozsa algorithm for continuous variables A.K. Pati, S.L. Braunstein. 5. Hybrid quantum computing S. Lloyd. 6. Efficient classical simulation of continuous variable quantum information processes S.D. Bartlett, B.C. Sanders, S.L… 

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