Take a sneak peek at the new NIST.gov and let us know what you think!
(Please note: some content may not be complete on the beta site.).
NIST Authors in Bold
|Author(s):||Yi-Kai Liu; Matthias Ohliger; Vincent Nesme; David Gross; Jens Eisert;|
|Title:||Continuous-variable quantum compressed sensing|
|Published:||July 09, 2012|
|Abstract:||We introduce a novel method to faithfully reconstruct unknown quantum states that are approximately low-rank, using only a few measurement settings. The method is general enough to allow for measurements from a continuous family, and is also applicable to continuous-variable states. As a technical result, this work generalizes quantum compressed sensing to the situation where the measured observables are taken from a so-called tight frame (rather than an orthonormal basis) -- hence covering most realistic measurement scenarios. As an application, we discuss the reconstruction of quantum states of light from homodyne detection and other types of measurements, and we present simulations that show the advantage of the proposed compressed sensing technique over present methods. Finally, we introduce a method to construct a certificate which guarantees the success of the reconstruction with no assumption on the state, and we show how slightly more measurements give rise to "universal" state reconstruction that is highly robust to noise.|
|Citation:||New Journal of Physics|
|Keywords:||quantum state tomography, compressed sensing, homodyne tomography|
|Research Areas:||Quantum Computing, Quantum Devices, Quantum Optics|
|PDF version:||Click here to retrieve PDF version of paper (376KB)|