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Siddhartha Das scited Quantum Thermodynamics and Canonical Typicality

May 01 2017 02:21 UTC

Siddhartha Das scited Norms of quantum Gaussian multi-mode channels

Apr 11 2017 05:51 UTC

Siddhartha Das scited Comment on "Hamiltonian for the Zeros of the Riemann Zeta Function"

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Siddhartha Das scited Quantum advantage with shallow circuits

Mar 28 2017 17:24 UTC

Siddhartha Das scited The set of quantum correlations is not closed

Mar 27 2017 02:38 UTC

Siddhartha Das scited Parallel DIQKD from parallel repetition

Mar 24 2017 03:59 UTC

Siddhartha Das scited Quantum machine learning over infinite dimensions

Mar 21 2017 16:56 UTC

Siddhartha Das scited From log-determinant inequalities to Gaussian entanglement via recoverability theory

Mar 17 2017 05:59 UTC

Siddhartha Das scited Parallel Device-Independent Quantum Key Distribution

Mar 16 2017 05:50 UTC

Siddhartha Das scited Holevo Superadditivity Bounds for Heralded Channels

Mar 14 2017 04:16 UTC

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Siddhartha Das scited Ultimate data hiding in quantum mechanics and beyond

Mar 09 2017 03:14 UTC

Siddhartha Das scited Conditional quantum one-time pad

Mar 08 2017 03:22 UTC

Siddhartha Das scited Information Loss

Mar 07 2017 22:02 UTC

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Feb 22 2017 15:21 UTC

Siddhartha Das scited Locality from the Spectrum

Feb 17 2017 07:37 UTC

Siddhartha Das scited Entanglement measures and their properties in quantum field theory

Feb 10 2017 03:44 UTC

Siddhartha Das scited Extracting work from quantum measurement in Maxwell demon engines

Feb 09 2017 07:23 UTC

Feb 09 2017 07:22 UTC

We feel that we have cited and credited previous works appropriately in our paper. To clarify:

1) The LOCC simulation of a channel and the corresponding adaptive reduction can be found worked out in full generality in the 2012 Master's thesis of Muller-Hermes. We have cited the original paper BDSW96 on this topic and pointed to the Master's thesis of Muller-Hermes for details.

2) A precise and general statement and proof that covariant channels are teleportation simulable can be found in [WTB17]. One can also find this result stated on page 36 of the notes of Michael Wolf from 2012: https://www-m5.ma.tum.de/foswiki/pub/M5/Allgemeines/MichaelWolf/QChannelLecture.pdf . We will add a citation to Wolf's notes in an eventual revision.

3) Our paper focuses on quantum reading, where we show how to simplify the form of adaptive protocols in this context. The citation to [TW16] appeared only at the very end of our paper, where we indicated that our results can be extended to the bosonic case. If one consults the arXiv, it becomes clear that the bosonic case of adaptive channel discrimination was indeed first considered in [TW16]. In particular,

3a) The post https://arxiv.org/abs/1609.02160v1 dated Sep 7 2016 did not contain results about bosonic channels.

3b) The post https://arxiv.org/abs/1611.09165v1 dated Nov 28 2016 was about adaptive channel discrimination for bosonic channels.

3c) The post https://arxiv.org/abs/1609.02160v2 dated Nov 29 2016 then included results about adaptive channel discrimination of bosonic channels, most of which had already been stated in https://arxiv.org/abs/1611.09165v1 .