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Statistical intrusion detection and eavesdropping in quantum channels with coupling: Multiple-preparation and single-preparation methods

@inproceedings{Deville2021StatisticalID,
  title={Statistical intrusion detection and eavesdropping in quantum channels with coupling: Multiple-preparation and single-preparation methods},
  author={Yannick Deville and Alain Deville and Ali Mansour and Razvan Scripcaru and Cornel Ioana},
  year={2021}
}
Classical, i.e. non-quantum, communications include configurations with multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) channels. Some associated signal processing tasks consider these channels in a symmetric way, i.e. by assigning the same role to all channel inputs, and similarly to all channel outputs. These tasks especially include channel identification/estimation and channel equalization, tightly connected with source separation. Their most challenging version is the blind one, i.e. when the… Expand

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