- Conference date: 6-11 June 2005
- Location: Vaxjo (Sweden)
One advantage of quantum algorithms over classical computation is the possibility to spread out, process, analyse and extract information in multipartite configurations in coherent superpositions of classical states. This will be discussed in terms of quantum state identification problems based on a proper partitioning of mutually orthogonal sets of states. The question arises whether or not it is possible to encode equibalanced decision problems into quantum systems, so that a single invocation of a filter used for state discrimination suffices to obtain the result.
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