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Quantum conditional mutual information

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Part of the Mathematics of Quantum Information workshop

The Shannon and von Neumann entropies quantify the uncertainty in a system. They are operationally motivated by natural information processing tasks such as compression or randomness extraction. In addition to characterizing the fundamental rates at which such tasks can be performed, their additivity properties make them a very valuable tool in applications ranging from complexity theory to many-body systems. A difficulty that arises when dealing with quantum systems is the operational meaning of quantum observers, or the way to interpret conditional entropies. A particularly interesting quantity is the mutual information between two systems conditioned on a third quantum system. What notion of conditional independence does this quantity measure? After an overview of some operational interpretations of conditional entropies, I will show how the quantum conditional mutual information can be related to the task of local recovery.

This talk is part of the CCIMI Seminars series.

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