Multi-Qubit State Teleportation via Multiparty-Controlled Entanglement
Consciousness is discussed from viewpoint of theory of Entropy-partition of complex system. Human brain’s system self-organizably and adaptively implements partition, aggregation and integration, and consciousness emerges. We use mutual information to define correlative measure between (among) variables or subsystems of complex system. In order to make good use of the correlative measure in infinite-dimensional space, proof of countable superadditivity and uniqueness of the correlative measure is given. Emergence of consciousness is mathematically (Conditioned teleportation plays important roles in the quantum communication and quantum information processing. In this paper the conditioned teleportation schemes of N-qubit state with M-agent have been investigated, where N, M are integers and N, M ⩾ 1. Since absence of any agents will lead impossibility of restoring the teleported N-qubit state, the proposed schemes may be employed in the quantum secret sharing and the distributed quantum computation.
KeywordsEntangle State Quantum Teleportation Quantum Information Processing Quantum Secret Sharing Bell Measurement
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