Relativistic (2,3)-threshold quantum secret sharing
Physical Review D
In quantum secret sharing protocols, the usual presumption is that the distribution of quantum shares and players' collaboration are both performed inertially. Here we develop a quantum secret sharing protocol that relaxes these assumptions wherein we consider the effects due to the accelerating motion of the shares. Specifically, we solve the (2,3)-threshold continuous-variable quantum secret sharing in non-inertial frames. To this aim, we formulate the effect of relativistic motion on the
... tum field inside a cavity as a bosonic quantum Gaussian channel. We investigate how the fidelity of quantum secret sharing is affected by non-uniform motion of the quantum shares. Furthermore, we fully characterize the canonical form of the Gaussian channel which can be utilized in quantum information processing protocols to include relativistic effects.