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Int. J. Quant. Info. 6, 1051 (2008)


Collective remote state preparation

Nguyen Ba An and J. Kim

We show that any M ≥ 2 distant parties who independently share the complete classical knowledge of a secret qubit state can collectively prepare the state at another remote location. Two distinct schemes for such a task are proposed: one via a single (M + 1)- partite GHZ-type state and the other via M EPR-type pairs. Analytical expressions of the total success probability are derived explicitly for both the schemes. Of interest is the M-dependence of both the success probability and the receiver’s action. We also construct simple quantum circuits for the two-qubit operators whose execution is necessary to accomplish the schemes.