Open Systems, Entanglement and Quantum Optics
by Andrzej Jamiolkowski (ed.)
Publisher: InTech 2013
Number of pages: 138
The subject of this book is a presentation of some aspects of modern theory of open quantum systems. It introduces several up-to- date topics, such as detecting quantum entanglement, modeling of quantum noise, quantum communication processes, and computational complexity in the analysis of quantum operations.
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