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Quantum network reliability with perfect nodes

  title={Quantum network reliability with perfect nodes},
  author={Juan Manuel Burgos},
  • J. M. Burgos
  • Published 19 September 2022
  • Physics, Computer Science
. We introduce the concept of quantum reliability as an extension of the concept of network reliability in the context of quantum networks. We show that this concept is intimately related to the concept of quantum reliability operator that we also introduce and show a Negami like splitting formula for it. Considering that the simple factorization formula for classical networks which is the basis of most of the calculation algorithms does not hold in the quantum context due to entanglement, a… 

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