Remote preparation of an entangled two-qubit state with three parties
Zhang Minga, Dai Hong-Yib, Chen Ping-Xingb, Li Cheng-Zub
a College of Mechatronics Engineering and Automatization,
University of Defense Technology, Changsha 410073, China; b College of Science, National University of
Defense Technology, Changsha 410073, China
Abstract We present a scheme for probabilistic remote preparation of an
entangled two-qubit state with three parties from a sender to either
of two receivers. The quantum channel is composed of a partially
entangled two-qubit state and a partially entangled three-qubit
state. We calculate the successful total probabilities of the scheme
in general and particular cases, respectively. We also calculate
total classical communication cost in a general case and two
particular cases, respectively.
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(Quantum computation architectures and implementations)
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