Entangled World. The Fascination of Quantum Information and by J. Audretsch

By J. Audretsch

Quantum processing and verbal exchange is rising as a hard method before everything of the recent millennium. a precise perception into the present examine of quantum superposition, entanglement, and the quantum size method - the most important components of quantum info processing. The authors extra deal with quantum protocols and algorithms. Complementary to comparable programmes in different nations and on the eu point, the German learn beginning (DFG) begun a targeted study application on quantum details in 1999. The contributions - written via prime specialists - compile the most recent ends up in quantum inforation in addition to addressing questions

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H. Zurek (1983), Quantum Theory and Measurement”, Princeton University Press, Princeton. What is real? Interpretations of quantum theory 37 Entangled World Jurgen ¨ Audretsch (Editor) c 2006 WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. 1 Introduction “ At the center of the second part of our view into the quantum world” are composite quantum systems. Their states may be entangled. This is the basis of a wealth of new, typical quantum-physical phenomena. We are going to select a few of these phenomena, which are of fundamental interest as well as revealing possible applications for the future.

6. 3. In summary,“we can conclude that for the description of photons a quantum state linear polarization” has to be introduced, to which the same rules apply as the ones that we have already studied for the special case of our quantum state behind the double slit. 9 Is it possible to see in the dark? Interaction-free quantum measurements Of course it is impossible to see in the dark. A photon must be scattered by an object so that one can see it – but this photon, of course, is not present in absolute darkness.

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