Quantum and Classical Communication-Space Tradeoffs from Rectangle Bounds

@inproceedings{Klauck2004QuantumAC,
  title={Quantum and Classical Communication-Space Tradeoffs from Rectangle Bounds},
  author={Hartmut Klauck},
  booktitle={FSTTCS},
  year={2004}
}
  • H. Klauck
  • Published in FSTTCS 11 December 2004
  • Computer Science, Mathematics
We derive lower bounds for tradeoffs between the communication C and space S for communicating circuits. The first such bound applies to quantum circuits. If for any problem f: X x Y → Z the multicolor discrepancy of the communication matrix of f is 1/2 d , then any bounded error quantum protocol with space S, in which Alice receives some I inputs, Bob r inputs, and they compute f(x i ,y j ) for the l . r pairs of inputs (x i ,y i ) needs communication C = ω(lrd log |Z|/S). In particular, n x n… 

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