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Back to Top2013 5th IEEE International Conference on Broadband Network & Multimedia Technology (ICBNMT 2013)
Research and development on broadband network and multimedia technology have been carried out over the last few years and some of them have been successfully deployed and used in today's network. This year, the conference aims to address Challenges for Next Generation Broadband Network and Multimedia Technology. The conference will feature a comprehensive technical program including a number of keynote speeches and Workshops.
2013 Conference on Lasers & ElectroOptics Europe & International Quantum Electronics Conference CLEO EUROPE/IQEC
The scope of the conference is to gather physicists from all other the world in the fields of Photonics and quantum electronics. The conference will cover a wide spectrum of technical areas including laser development and new optical materials, nonlinear optics and nonlinear dynamics, ultrafast phenomena, telecommunications technologies, atom and quantum optics, quantum information precision metrology, fibre optics, sensing photonic crystals, nanophotonics and metamaterials etc.
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Back to TopRandom surfing on multipartite graphs
Athanasios N. Nikolakopoulos; Antonia Korba; John D. Garofalakis 2016 IEEE International Conference on Big Data (Big Data), 2016
Equipping an imaginary Random Surfer of the Web with the ability to teleport, was Page et al.'s creative way to justify a mathematical necessity; the Teleportation Matrix. Despite being essential for ensuring the ergodicity of the underlying Markov chain, the standard definition of this matrix treats the nodes of the graph in a simplistic and "leveling" way that can prove ...
On the monomiality of nice error bases
A. Klappenecker; M. Rotteler IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, 2005
Unitary error bases generalize the Pauli matrices to higher dimensional systems. Two basic constructions of unitary error bases are known: An algebraic construction by Knill that yields nice error bases, and a combinatorial construction by Werner that yields shiftandmultiply bases. An open problem posed by Schlingemann and Werner relates these two constructions and asks whether each nice error basis is ...
Cold <sup>87</sup>Rb ensembles: nonGaussian state detection and spin tomography
M. W Mitchell; S. R. de Echaniz; M. Kubasik; M. Koschorreck 2007 European Conference on Lasers and ElectroOptics and the International Quantum Electronics Conference, 2007
Light interacting with atomic ensembles allows the possibility of strong, and thus deterministic, quantum interface processes. Recently demonstrated processes of interest for quantum networking include quantum memory for light and teleportation of a quantum state from light to matter. Many important results have been accomplished with room temperature ensembles, which has thus far limited the experiments to relatively long interaction ...
Quantum Network Coding Based on Controlled Teleportation
Tao Shang; XiaoJie Zhao; JianWei Liu IEEE Communications Letters, 2014
This letter proposes new quantum network coding schemes based on controlled teleportation to control the decoding process of receivers in a butterfly network. Firstly, a quantum network coding scheme with two controllers is proposed based on the paradigm XQQ (crossing two qubits) protocol. Then the other scheme based on the perfect quantum network coding protocol with prior entanglement is designed ...
Entanglement and communication via teleportation between multiatom quantum memory cells
E. S. Polzik; B. Julsgaard Technical Digest. Summaries of papers presented at the Quantum Electronics and Laser Science Conference. Postconference Technical Digest (IEEE Cat. No.01CH37172), 2001
Summary form only given. A method for generating entanglement between atomic samples necessary for teleportation protocols using this interaction has been recently proposed. We have implemented this idea experimentally using glass cells filled with Cs at room temperature. The cells are coated with paraffin from inside providing the life time of the ground state spin polarization up to 30 milliseconds. ...
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Random surfing on multipartite graphs
Athanasios N. Nikolakopoulos; Antonia Korba; John D. Garofalakis 2016 IEEE International Conference on Big Data (Big Data), 2016
Equipping an imaginary Random Surfer of the Web with the ability to teleport, was Page et al.'s creative way to justify a mathematical necessity; the Teleportation Matrix. Despite being essential for ensuring the ergodicity of the underlying Markov chain, the standard definition of this matrix treats the nodes of the graph in a simplistic and "leveling" way that can prove ...
On the monomiality of nice error bases
A. Klappenecker; M. Rotteler IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, 2005
Unitary error bases generalize the Pauli matrices to higher dimensional systems. Two basic constructions of unitary error bases are known: An algebraic construction by Knill that yields nice error bases, and a combinatorial construction by Werner that yields shiftandmultiply bases. An open problem posed by Schlingemann and Werner relates these two constructions and asks whether each nice error basis is ...
Cold <sup>87</sup>Rb ensembles: nonGaussian state detection and spin tomography
M. W Mitchell; S. R. de Echaniz; M. Kubasik; M. Koschorreck 2007 European Conference on Lasers and ElectroOptics and the International Quantum Electronics Conference, 2007
Light interacting with atomic ensembles allows the possibility of strong, and thus deterministic, quantum interface processes. Recently demonstrated processes of interest for quantum networking include quantum memory for light and teleportation of a quantum state from light to matter. Many important results have been accomplished with room temperature ensembles, which has thus far limited the experiments to relatively long interaction ...
Quantum Network Coding Based on Controlled Teleportation
Tao Shang; XiaoJie Zhao; JianWei Liu IEEE Communications Letters, 2014
This letter proposes new quantum network coding schemes based on controlled teleportation to control the decoding process of receivers in a butterfly network. Firstly, a quantum network coding scheme with two controllers is proposed based on the paradigm XQQ (crossing two qubits) protocol. Then the other scheme based on the perfect quantum network coding protocol with prior entanglement is designed ...
Entanglement and communication via teleportation between multiatom quantum memory cells
E. S. Polzik; B. Julsgaard Technical Digest. Summaries of papers presented at the Quantum Electronics and Laser Science Conference. Postconference Technical Digest (IEEE Cat. No.01CH37172), 2001
Summary form only given. A method for generating entanglement between atomic samples necessary for teleportation protocols using this interaction has been recently proposed. We have implemented this idea experimentally using glass cells filled with Cs at room temperature. The cells are coated with paraffin from inside providing the life time of the ground state spin polarization up to 30 milliseconds. ...
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Applications of Entanglement: Teleportation and Superdense Coding
This chapter contains sections titled: Teleportation The Peres Partial Transposition Condition Entanglement Swapping Superdense Coding Exercises

Quantum computers can (in theory) solve certain problems far faster than a classical computer running any known classical algorithm. While existing technologies for building quantum computers are in their infancy, it is not too early to consider their scalability and reliability in the context of the design of largescale quantum computers. To architect such systems, one must understand what it takes to design and model a balanced, faulttolerant quantum computer architecture. The goal of this lecture is to provide architectural abstractions for the design of a quantum computer and to explore the systemslevel challenges in achieving scalable, faulttolerant quantum computation. In this lecture, we provide an engineeringoriented introduction to quantum computation with an overview of the theory behind key quantum algorithms. Next, we look at architectural case studies based upon experimental data and future projections for quantum computation implemented using trapped ions. While we ocus here on architectures targeted for realization using trapped ions, the techniques for quantum computer architecture design, quantum faulttolerance, and compilation described in this lecture are applicable to many other physical technologies that may be viable candidates for building a largescale quantum computing system. We also discuss general issues involved with programming a quantum computer as well as a discussion of work on quantum architectures based on quantum teleportation. Finally, we consider some of the open issues remaining in the design of quantum computers. Table of Contents: Introduction / Basic Elements for Quantum Computation / Key Quantum Algorithms / Building Reliable and Scalable Quantum Architectures / Simulation of Quantum Computation / Architectural Elements / Case Study: The Quantum Logic Array Architecture / Programming the Quantum Architecture / Using the QLA for Quantum Simulation: The Transverse Ising Model / TeleportationBased Quantum Architecture / Concluding Remarks

This chapter contains sections titled: Quantum Bits and Tensor Products Quantum Entanglement Quantum Teleportation Evolution of the Quantum State: Quantum Information Processing A Measure of Information Quantum Black Holes Appendix A: Derivation of Equation (4.82) Appendix B: Derivation of Equations (4.93) and (4.106) Problems References

Technologies exhibit trends that allow us to anticipate innovation far beyond the limited smartgrid horizon. A few core themes are smaller scale power and energy generation and management (including nanogrids), development of power system information theory, greater ease and flexibility in power transmission (including wireless power transmission), the ability to harness power from geomagnetic storms, and the integration of quantum phenomena with the power grid (including quantum communication, computation and energy teleportation). Power system information theory enables Maxwell's demon within the power grid, opening new possibilities for power and energy. Nanoscale communication networks are discussed for future nanogrids. On the opposite extreme, space based power generation is also explored.

This chapter contains sections titled: 8.1 The Algorithm, 8.2 The Analysis, 8.3 Superdense Coding and Teleportation, 8.4 Problems, 8.5 Summary and Notes

Yes, It Can Be Done with Cogwheels
This chapter contains sections titled: The Deutsch Oracle, NMR Computing, Brassard Teleportation Circuit, The Grover Search Algorithm, Cogwheels, The Crossroad