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DESCRIPTION:Speaker: Matt Kwan\nhosted by Laszlo ErdÃ¶s\nAbstract: For two
independent random vectors x\,y on the n-simplex\, what is the probability
that x and y are comparable in the majorisation order? For different dist
ributions of x and y\, this question has been (independently) studied in p
robabilistic combinatorics and in quantum information theory. In particula
r\, with an appropriate distribution for x and y\, this is equivalent to s
tudying the probability that for two randomly entangled quantum states psi
and phi\, it is possible to transform phi into psi via local operations a
nd classical communication. With Vishesh Jain and Marcus Michelen\, we pro
ved a conjecture of Nielsen\, and some related predictions of Cunden\, Fac
chi\, Florio and Gramegna\, in this direction.In this seminar I plan to in
troduce the subject\, outline our proof of Nielsen's conjecture\, and ment
ion some open problems.
LOCATION:Office Bldg West / Ground floor / Heinzel Seminar Room (I21.EG.101
)\, ISTA
ORGANIZER:boosthui@ist.ac.at
SUMMARY:Matt Kwan: Entangled states are typically incomparable
URL:https://talks-calendar.ista.ac.at/events/5051
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