Superoscillations underlying remote state preparation for relativistic fields

@article{Ber2015SuperoscillationsUR,
  title={Superoscillations underlying remote state preparation for relativistic fields},
  author={Ran Ber and Oded Kenneth and Benni Reznik},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2015},
  volume={91},
  pages={052312}
}
We present a physical (gedanken) implementation of a generalized remote state preparation of relativistic quantum field states for an arbitrary set of observers. The prepared states are created in regions that are outside the future light-cone of the generating region. The mechanism, which is based on utilizing the vacuum state of a relativistic quantum field as a resource, sheds light on the well known Reeh-Schlieder theorem, indicating its strong connection with the mathematical phenomenon of… 

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