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Coherent information quantifies the achievable rate of the reliable quantum information transmission through a communication channel. Use of the correlated quantum states (multiletter codes) instead of the factorized ones (single-letter codes) may result in an increase in the achievable rate, a phenomenon known as the coherent-information superadditivity. However, even for simple physical models of channels it is rather difficult to detect the superadditivity and find the advantageousarXiv:2109.03577v1 fatcat:usftmjur4bfrlez3t2n4whwmjq