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2018

2018

- Anqi Huang
- 2018

Cryptography is essential for secure communication in the digital era. Today, publickey cryptography is widely employed, and has… Expand

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2017

2017

We study the impact of finite-size effects on the key rate of continuous-variable (CV) measurement-device-independent (MDI… Expand

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2017

2017

The semi-device-independent approach provides a framework for prepare-and-measure quantum protocols using devices whose behavior… Expand

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2016

2016

- Zhiyuan Tang
- 2016

Measurement-Device-Independent Quantum Cryptography Zhiyuan Tang Doctor of Philosophy Graduate Department of Physics University… Expand

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2016

2016

Quantum communication has demonstrated its usefulness for quantum cryptography far beyond quantum key distribution. One domain is… Expand

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Review

2015

Review

2015

- Feihu Xu, Marcos Curty, Bing Qi, Hoi-Kwong Lo
- IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum…
- 2015

In theory, quantum key distribution (QKD) provides information-theoretic security based on the laws of physics. Owing to the… Expand

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2015

2015

- Alain Aspect
- 2015

By closing two loopholes at once, three experimental tests of Bell’s inequalities remove the last doubts that we should renounce… Expand

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2014

2014

We present the first device-independent quantum cryptography protocol for continuous variables. Our scheme is based on the… Expand

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Highly Cited

2012

Highly Cited

2012

- Ben Reichardt, Falk Unger, Umesh V. Vazirani
- ITCS '13
- 2012

Can a classical experimentalist command an untrusted quantum system to realize arbitrary quantum dynamics, aborting if it… Expand

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2012

2012

Can a classical system command a general adversarial quantum system to realize arbitrary quantum dynamics? If so, then we could… Expand

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