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Semidefinite programming for self-consistent quantum measurement tomography

  title={Semidefinite programming for self-consistent quantum measurement tomography},
  author={Marco Cattaneo and Elsi-Mari Borrelli and Guillermo Garc'ia-P'erez and Matteo A. C. Rossi and Zolt'an Zimbor'as and Daniel Kioshi Cavalcanti},

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