Quantum information masking: deterministic versus probabilistic

@article{Li2019QuantumIM,
  title={Quantum information masking: deterministic versus probabilistic},
  author={Bo Li and Shu-han Jiang and Xiaobin Liang and Xianqing Li-Jost and Heng Fan and S. M. Fei},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
  year={2019}
}
We investigate quantum information masking for arbitrary dimensional quantum states. We show that mutually orthogonal quantum states can always be served for deterministic masking of quantum information. We further construct a probabilistic masking machine for linearly independent states. It is shown that a set of d dimensional states, $\{ \vert a_1 \rangle_A, \vert a_2 \rangle_A, \dots, \vert a_n \rangle_A \}$, $n \leq d$, can be probabilistically masked by a general unitary-reduction… 

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