MATERA Juan Mauricio
congresos y reuniones científicas
Coherence, Entanglement and Discord. Resource theories in the classical-quantum border.
MATERA J.M.; EGLOFF, D.; KILLORAN, N.; PLENIO, M. B.
Jornada; VI Jornadas de Fundamentos de Cuántica; 2016
Facultad de Ciencias Exactas - UNLP
One of the characteristics that distinguish quantum from classical systems is the phenomena of statistical interference, resulting from the coherent state superposition. Recently, a resource theory of coherence, analogue to the entanglement theory, was proposed to quantify this effects. In this talk, I will present a generalizationof that theory for the case of bipartite systems, where one of the parties has access to general quantum operations, while the other one just has access to operations unable to produce coherence in its local state, neither quantum correlations on the global state. Afterwards, I will show how this formalism is related with the standard entanglement and discord theories. Finally, I will discus the application of this framework to the analysis of quantum algorithms in the family of DCQ1.