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Quantum Information Theory by Robert H. Schumann

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Quantum Information Theory
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 88

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A short review of ideas in quantum information theory. Quantum mechanics is presented together with some useful tools for quantum mechanics of open systems. The treatment is pedagogical and suitable for beginning graduates in the field.

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