This volume is a collection of articles written by Professor M Ohya over the past three decades in the areas of quantum teleportation, quantum information theory, quantum computer, etc. By compiling Ohya's important works in these areas, the book serves as a useful reference for researchers who are working in these fields.
' Quantum statistical inference, a research field with deep roots in the foundations of both quantum physics and mathematical statistics, has made remarkable progress since 1990. In particular, its asymptotic theory has been developed during this period. However, there has hitherto been no book covering this remarkable progress after 1990; the famous textbooks by Holevo and Helstrom deal only with research results in the earlier stage (1960s-1970s). This book presents the important and recent results of quantum statistical inference. It focuses on the asymptotic theory, which is one of the central issues of mathematical statistics and had not been investigated in quantum statistical inference until the early 1980s. It contains outstanding papers after Holevo's textbook, some of which are of great importance but are not available now. The reader is expected to have only elementary mathematical knowledge, and therefore much of the content will be accessible to graduate students as well as research workers in related fields. Introductions to quantum statistical inference have been specially written for the book. Asymptotic Theory of Quantum Statistical Inference: Selected Papers will give the reader a new insight into physics and statistical inference. Contents:Hypothesis TestingQuantum Cramér-Rao Bound in Mixed States ModelQuantum Cramér-Rao Bound in Pure States ModelGroup Symmetric Approach to Pure States ModelLarge Deviation Theory in Quantum EstimationFuther Topics on Quantum Statistical Inference Readership: Graduate students in quantum physics, mathematical physics, and probability and statistics. Keywords:Quantum Information;Estimation Theory;Statistics;Statistical Inference;Mathematical Physics;Asymptotic Theory;Hypothesis TestingReviews:“This book will give the scholars new insight into physics and statistical inference.”Zentralblatt MATH '
The purpose of this proceedings volume is to look for interdisciplinary bridges in mathematics, physics, information and life sciences, in particular, research for new paradigms for information and life sciences on the basis of quantum theory. The main areas in this volume are all related to one of the following subjects: (1) mathematical foundation of quantum mechanics, (2) quantum information, (3) quantum algorithm and computation, (4) quantum communication, (5) white noise analysis and quantum dynamics, (6) chaos dynamics and adaptive dynamics, (7) experimental studies of quantum computer, (8) bio-informatics and (9) genome analysis.
For almost two decades, this has been the classical textbook on applications of operator algebra theory to quantum statistical physics. Major changes in the new edition relate to Bose-Einstein condensation, the dynamics of the X-Y model and questions on phase transitions.
This is the first of two volumes presenting the theory of operator algebras with applications to quantum statistical mechanics. The authors' approach to the operator theory is to a large extent governed by the dictates of the physical applications. The book is self-contained and most proofs are presented in detail, which makes it a useful text for students with a knowledge of basic functional analysis. The introductory chapter surveys the history and justification of algebraic techniques in statistical physics and outlines the applications that have been made. The second edition contains new and improved results. The principal changes include: A more comprehensive discussion of dissipative operators and analytic elements; the positive resolution of the question of whether maximal orthogonal probability measure on the state space of C-algebra were automatically maximal along all the probability measures on the space.
The purpose of this volume is to give a detailed account of a series of re sults concerning some ergodic questions of quantum mechanics which have the past six years following the formulation of a generalized been addressed in Kolmogorov-Sinai entropy by A.Connes, H.Narnhofer and W.Thirring. Classical ergodicity and mixing are fully developed topics of mathematical physics dealing with the lowest levels in a hierarchy of increasingly random behaviours with the so-called Bernoulli systems at its apex showing a structure that characterizes them as Kolmogorov (K-) systems. It seems not only reasonable, but also inevitable to use classical ergodic theory as a guide in the study of ergodic behaviours of quantum systems. The question is which kind of random behaviours quantum systems can exhibit and whether there is any way of classifying them. Asymptotic statistical independence and, correspondingly, complete lack of control over the distant future are typical features of classical K-systems. These properties are fully characterized by the dynamical entropy of Kolmogorov and Sinai, so that the introduction of a similar concept for quantum systems has provided the opportunity of raising meaningful questions and of proposing some non-trivial answers to them. Since in the following we shall be mainly concerned with infinite quantum systems, the algebraic approach to quantum theory will provide us with the necessary analytical tools which can be used in the commutative context, too.
Author: International Conference on Unconventional Models of Computation (3 : 2002 : Kobe)
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Third International Conference on Unconventional Models of Computation, UMC 2002, held in Kobe, Japan in October 2002. The 18 revised full papers presented together with eight invited full papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 36 submissions. All major areas of unconventinal computing models are covered, especially quantum computing, DNA computing, membrane computing, cellular computing, and possibilities to break Turing's barrier. The authors address theoretical aspects, practical implementations, as well as philosophical reflections.
The purpose of this volume is examine bio-informatics and quantum information, which are growing rapidly at present, and to attempt to connect the two, with a view to enumerating and solving the many fundamental problems they entail. To this end, we look for interdisciplinary bridges in mathematics, physics, and information and life sciences. In particular, research into a new paradigm for information science and life science on the basis of quantum theory is emphasized. Sample Chapter(s). Markov Fields on Graphs (599 KB). Contents: Markov Fields on Graphs (L Accardi & H Ohno); Some Aspects of Time Operators (A Arai); Time Optimal Quantum Control of Mixed States (A Carlini et al.); On a Quantum Model of the Recognition Process (K-H Fichtner et al.); Perspectives of White Noise Analysis (T Hida); Review on Quantum Chaos Algorithm and Generalized Quantum Turing Machine (S Iriyama & M Ohya); Cauchy Problems for Some Biological Systems OCo Modelling by Stochastic Differential Equations (A Jamiolkowski); On Non-Markovian Time Evolution in Open Quantum Systems (A Kossakowski & R Rebolledo); Adaptive Dynamics and Its Applications to Chaos and NPC Problem (M Ohya); Micro-Macro Duality and Emergence of Macroscopic Levels (I Ojima); Josephson Flux Qubit (H Takayanagi); Note on Quantum Mutual Entropy Type Measures (N Watanabe); Toward in Silico Biology (From Sequence to Systems) (I Yamato et al.); and other papers. Readership: Physicists, researchers in quantum information and bioinformatics.
This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-workshop proceedings of the International Workshop on Clinical Image-based Procedures: From Planning to Intervention, CLIP 2012, held in Nice, France, in conjunction with the 15th International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted Intervention, MICCAI 2012. This successful workshop was a productive and exciting forum for the discussion and dissemination of clinically tested, state-of-the-art methods for image-based planning, monitoring and evaluation of medical procedures. The 16 papers presented in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 24 submissions.
The main purpose of this volume is to emphasize the multidisciplinary aspects of this very active new line of research in which concrete technological and industrial realizations require the combined efforts of experimental and theoretical physicists, mathematicians and engineers. Contents: Coherent Quantum Control of o-Atoms through the Stochastic Limit (L Accardi et al.); Recent Advances in Quantum White Noise Calculus (L Accardi & A Boukas); Joint Extension of States of Fermion Subsystems (H Araki); Fidelity of Quantum Teleportation Model Using Beam Splittings (K-H Fichtner et al.); Quantum Logical Gates Realized by Beam Splittings (W Freudenberg et al.); Noncanonical Representations of a Multi-dimensional Brownian Motion (Y Hibino); Information, Innovation and Elemental Random Field (T Hida); Generalized Sectors and Adjunctions to Control MicroOCoMacro Transitions (I Ojima); Saturation of an Entropy Bound and Quantum Markov States (D Petz); An Infinite Dimensional Laplacian Acting on Some Class of L(r)vy White Noise Functionals (K Sait); Structure of Linear Processes (S Si & W W Htay); Group Theory of Dynamical Maps (E C G Sudarshan); Quantum Entanglement, Purification, and Linear-optics Quantum Gates with Photonic Qubits (P Walther & A Zeilinger); On Quantum Mutual Type Measures and Capacity (N Watanabe); and other papers. Readership: Researchers in quantum physics and theoretical physics."
Adaptive control systems by Keisoku Jidō Seigyo Gakkai (Japan). Gakujutsu Kōenkai