Quantum Network Coding

@inproceedings{Hayashi2006QuantumNC,
  title={Quantum Network Coding},
  author={Masahito Hayashi and Kazuo Iwama and Harumichi Nishimura and Raymond H. Putra and Shigeru Yamashita},
  booktitle={STACS},
  year={2006}
}
Since quantum information is continuous, its handling is sometimes surprisingly harder than the classical counterpart. A typical example is cloning; making a copy of digital information is straightforward but it is not possible exactly for quantum information. The question in this paper is whether or not quantum network coding is possible. Its classical counterpart is another good example to show that digital information flow can be done much more efficiently than conventional (say, liquid… CONTINUE READING

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