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A Connection-Oriented Entanglement Distribution Design in Quantum Networks

Jian Li, Qidong Jia, Kaiping Xue, David S. L. Wei, Nenghai Yu
2022 IEEE Transactions on Quantum Engineering  
Quantum networks create a completely new way for communication, and the most important function of a quantum network is to generate long-distance quantum entanglement to serve a number of quantum applications  ...  the latency caused by resource competition; and 3) it can guarantee the rate of generating entanglement between two quantum nodes according to the requirement of quantum applications.  ...  According to the network model, for guaranteeing the rate of the previous communication link, the quantum routing node v i needs to be allocated C prev = R R 0 • e αd left,i • N memory resource.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tqe.2022.3176375 fatcat:ynfdpgo24baflnx3idabje2324

Fully quantum source compression with a quantum helper

Min-Hsiu Hsieh, Shun Watanabe
2015 2015 IEEE Information Theory Workshop - Fall (ITW)  
We characterise the quantum resources involved in this problem, and derive a single-letter expression of the achievable rate region when entanglement assistance is available.  ...  This result demonstrates an unexpected connection between distributed source compression with the QRST protocol, a quantum protocol that consumes noiseless resources to simulate a noisy quantum channel  ...  This protocol involves classical communication; however, for the purpose of this paper, quantum resources are much more valuable and classical communication is considered to be free.  ... 
doi:10.1109/itwf.2015.7360785 dblp:conf/itw/HsiehW15 fatcat:lazguh73evgdror6nrmgwt5k3e

Channel Simulation and Coded Source Compression

Min-Hsiu Hsieh, Shun Watanabe
2016 IEEE Transactions on Information Theory  
We derive a single-letter characterization of the achievable rate region for this problem.  ...  The direct coding theorem of our result is proved via the measurement compression theory of Winter, a quantum-to-classical channel simulation.  ...  This protocol involves classical communication; however, for the purpose of this paper, quantum resources are much more valuable and classical communication is considered to be free.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tit.2016.2597853 fatcat:2casqy2ayjhwtn5sblku7psaty

SeQUeNCe: A Customizable Discrete-Event Simulator of Quantum Networks [article]

Xiaoliang Wu, Alexander Kolar, Joaquin Chung, Dong Jin, Tian Zhong, Rajkumar Kettimuthu, Martin Suchara
2020 arXiv   pre-print
This framework is suitable for simulation of quantum network prototypes that capture the breadth of current and future hardware technologies and protocols.  ...  Our simulator consists of five modules: Hardware models, Entanglement Management protocols, Resource Management, Network Management, and Application.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank Eugene Wang and Siu Man Chan for contributions to the SeQUeNCe software package. We also thank Liang Jiang and Manish Kumar Singh for valuable feedback.  ... 
arXiv:2009.12000v1 fatcat:qtrtdywxbrb2fly7jf77pdy2se

The Quantum Reverse Shannon Theorem and Resource Tradeoffs for Simulating Quantum Channels

Charles H. Bennett, Igor Devetak, Aram W. Harrow, Peter W. Shor, Andreas Winter
2014 IEEE Transactions on Information Theory  
Combining existing and new results, we establish the amounts of communication and auxiliary resources needed in both the classical and quantum cases, the tradeoffs among them, and the loss of simulation  ...  In particular we find a new single-letter expression for the excess forward communication cost of coherent feedback simulations of quantum channels (i.e. simulations in which the sender retains what would  ...  Resource costs of simulating classical and quantum channels: Some known results on the forward communication cost (c=cbits or q=qubits) for simulating classical and quantum channels are tabulated as a  ... 
doi:10.1109/tit.2014.2309968 fatcat:r3raa6dlvveopc3xfjf2zrjc7m

Integrating Quantum Simulation for Quantum-Enhanced Classical Network Emulation

Stephen Di Adamo, Janis Notzel, Simon Sekavcnik, Riccardo Bassoli, Roberto Ferrara, Christian Deppe, Frank H.P. Fitzek, Holger Boche
2021 IEEE Communications Letters  
For this, we integrate an instance of the quantum network simulator QuNetSim at the link layer into the communication network emulator ComNetsEmu.  ...  We describe a method of investigating the near-term potential of quantum communication technology for communication networks from the perspective of current networks.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This work is partially funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) as part of Germany's Excellence Strategy-EXC2050/1-Project ID 390696704-Cluster of Excellence "Centre for Tactile  ... 
doi:10.1109/lcomm.2021.3115982 fatcat:qvscq3fpwnbmteh3vwu7zqqbdq

Quantum Rate-Distortion Coding With Auxiliary Resources

Mark M. Wilde, Nilanjana Datta, Min-Hsiu Hsieh, Andreas Winter
2013 IEEE Transactions on Information Theory  
The first setting we consider is that of quantum rate distortion coding with the help of a classical side channel.  ...  We extend quantum rate distortion theory by considering auxiliary resources that might be available to a sender and receiver performing lossy quantum data compression.  ...  it is that rate distortion theory is one of the basic fundamental results for classical Shannon theory, and if we do not study the quantum version, this leaves a noticeable hole in quantum information  ... 
doi:10.1109/tit.2013.2271772 fatcat:nyf6v7qb4vfflkc4sfiquym3sq

Entanglement spread and clean resource inequalities [article]

Aram W. Harrow
2009 arXiv   pre-print
, but cannot itself be used to communicate; second, a new lower bound technique for communication complexity; third, an explanation of how to extend the quantum reverse Shannon theorem from tensor power  ...  In both cases we find a uniquely quantum difficulty: entanglement cannot be conditionally discarded without either using communication or causing decoherence.  ...  However, in [6] , we will show that for general inputs a quantum channel cannot be simulated using unlimited EPR pairs and a rate of communication equal to its capacity.  ... 
arXiv:0909.1557v1 fatcat:giyzvibyv5gedb42un3o5xdwhi

Next Steps in Quantum Computing: Computer Science's Role [article]

Margaret Martonosi, Martin Roetteler
2019 arXiv   pre-print
Quantum computing (QC) is viewed by many as a possible future option for tackling these high-complexity or seemingly-intractable problems by complementing classical computing with a fundamentally different  ...  There is a huge gap between the problems for which a quantum computer might be useful and what we can currently build, program, and run.  ...  What type of layout is resilient to faulty links and/or variability in error rates of the links? Communication For larger QCs, communication will be a multi-scale problem.  ... 
arXiv:1903.10541v1 fatcat:x6zv2qkth5eqfe5qd6qbul7bwu

Channel simulation with quantum side information [article]

Zhicheng Luo, Igor Devetak
2006 arXiv   pre-print
We study and solve the problem of classical channel simulation with quantum side information at the receiver.  ...  The second is an alternative proof of the trade-off between classical communication and common randomness distilled from a quantum state.  ...  Our main result is a new resource inequality (36) for quantum Shannon theory.  ... 
arXiv:quant-ph/0611008v1 fatcat:pmn3m3ikz5bb3a6cxuynh7znaq

Channel Simulation With Quantum Side Information

Zhicheng Luo, Igor Devetak
2009 IEEE Transactions on Information Theory  
We study and solve the problem of classical channel simulation with quantum side information at the receiver.  ...  The second is an alternative proof of the trade-off between classical communication and common randomness distilled from a quantum state.  ...  Our main result is a new resource inequality (36) for quantum Shannon theory.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tit.2008.2011424 fatcat:bmb55ctldvfpbfy5wq7o42euy4

Quality of Service in Quantum Networks [article]

Claudio Cicconetti and Marco Conti and Andrea Passarella
2022 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper, with the guidance of extensive simulations, we take a broader view and investigate the problems of Quality of Service (QoS) and provisioning in the context of quantum networks, which are  ...  very different from their counterparts in classical data networks due to some of their fundamental properties.  ...  quantum and classical communications.  ... 
arXiv:2204.09538v2 fatcat:xey45esu75fbzn3xy7tzll3twm

Analysis of measurement-based quantum network coding over repeater networks under noisy conditions

Takaaki Matsuo, Takahiko Satoh, Shota Nagayama, Rodney Van Meter
2018 Physical Review A  
We introduce a measurement-based quantum network coding scheme for quantum repeater networks (MQNC), and analyze its behavior based on results acquired from Monte-Carlo simulation that includes various  ...  Quantum network coding is an effective solution for alleviating bottlenecks in quantum networks.  ...  Network coding, proposed by Ahlswede, Cai, Li, and Yeung, is a classical communication technique used for alleviating bottlenecks in a classical network [1] .  ... 
doi:10.1103/physreva.97.062328 fatcat:xj23llt5ajfsnhzxpwoto7cu2q

Negative quasi-probability as a resource for quantum computation

Victor Veitch, Christopher Ferrie, David Gross, Joseph Emerson
2012 New Journal of Physics  
A central problem in quantum information is to determine the minimal physical resources that are required for quantum computational speedup and, in particular, for fault-tolerant quantum computation.  ...  for quantum systems of odd dimension.  ...  For example, a common paradigm in quantum communication is that of two or more spatially separated parties for which local quantum operations and classical communication dene a restricted set of operations  ... 
doi:10.1088/1367-2630/14/11/113011 fatcat:saf656xf5rfi3dqaosoemmvoiy

End-to-End Entanglement Generation Strategies: Capacity Bounds and Impact on Quantum Key Distribution

Antonio Manzalini, Michele Amoretti
2022 Quantum Reports  
simulation, and quantum sensing and metrology.  ...  International innovation activities and standardization bodies have identified four main application areas for quantum technologies and services: quantum secure communications, quantum computing, quantum  ...  As a matter of fact, a full integration of classical and quantum network and service resources is crucial for the Quantum Internet [14] , also from the management and control viewpoints.  ... 
doi:10.3390/quantum4030017 fatcat:eekkujm2ovc7rmdy26xflxtkv4
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