Advances in Natural Sciences: Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 8
, 015012 (2017)
Optimal joint remote state preparation in the presence of various types of noises
Van Hop Nguyen, Thi Bich Cao and Ba An Nguyen
A main obstacle faced by any quantum information processing protocol is the noise that degrades the desired coherence/entanglement. In this work we study by means of Kraus operators the effect of four typical types of noises on the quality of joint remote state
preparation of a single-qubit state using a three-qubit Greenberger–Horne–Zeilinger-type state as the initial quantum channel. Assuming that two of the three involved qubits independently suffer a type of noise, we derive analytical expressions not only for the optimal averaged
fidelities but also for the boundaries in phase space of the domains in which the joint remote state preparation protocol outperforms the classical one. Detailed discussion is given for each of the total 16 noisy scenarios. We also provide physical interpretation for the obtained results and outline possible future topics.