Bisplitting an Arbitrary N-Qubit State with a Class of Asymmetric Three-Qubit W States
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We propose a tripartite scheme for bisplitting an arbitrary single-qubit quantum information (QI) by using a class of asymmetric three-qubit W state as quantum channels. In the scheme, the sender Alice first performs a Bell-state measurement on her two qubits and then publishes her measurement result via a public classical channel. Based on Alice’s message, if the two receivers Bob and Charlie collaborate together, they can retrieve the QI, i.e., they can deterministically recover the QI in one receiver’s site by first performing a two-qubit unitary operation and then executing a single-qubit unitary operation. Afterwards, we sketch the extension of the single-qubit QI splitting to an arbitrary N-qubit QI splitting.
KeywordsQuantum information splitting Asymmetric three-qubit W state Arbitrary single-qubit state Arbitrary N-qubit state
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