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Princeton University Press
Tillgänglig på https://cqi.inf.usi.ch/qic/everett_phd.pdf
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Institut für Theoretische Physik Universität Heidelberg. Physics Letters A172, 189.
Sammanfattning: “Quantum theory does not require the existence of discontinuities: neither in time (quantum jumps), nor in space (particles), nor in spacetime (quantum events). These apparent discontinuities are readily described objectively by the continuous process of decoherence occurring locally on a very short time scale according to the Schrödinger equation for interacting systems, while the observer’s ‘increase of information’ is appropriately represented by the resulting dynamical decoupling of the corresponding components of the global wave function”.
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 Ji-Gang Ren, Ping Xu, Hai-Lin Yong, Liang Zhang, Sheng-Kai Liao, Juan Yin, Wei-Yue Liu, Wen-Qi Cai, Meng Yang, Li Li, Kui-Xing Yang, Xuan Han, Yong-Qiang Yao, Ji Li, Hai-Yan Wu, Song Wan, Lei Liu, Ding-Quan Liu, Yao-Wu Kuang, Zhi-Ping He, Peng Shang, Cheng Guo, Ru-Hua Zheng, Kai Tian, Zhen-Cai Zhu, Nai-Le Liu, Chao-Yang Lu, Rong Shu, Yu-Ao Chen, Cheng-Zhi Peng, Jian-Yu Wang, Jian-Wei Pan (2017). “Ground-to-satellite quantum teleportation”.
arXiv:1707.00934 [quant-ph]. doi:10.1038/nature23675.
Utdrag ur sammanfattning: “An arbitrary unknown quantum state cannot be precisely measured or perfectly replicated. However, quantum teleportation allows faithful transfer of unknown quantum states from one object to another over long distance, without physical travelling of the object itself. Long-distance teleportation has been recognized as a fundamental element in protocols such as large-scale quantum networks and distributed quantum computation. However, the previous teleportation experiments between distant locations were limited to a distance on the order of 100 kilometers, due to photon loss in optical fibres or terrestrial free-space channels. An outstanding open challenge for a global-scale “quantum internet” is to significantly extend the range for teleportation. … Here, we report the first quantum teleportation of independent single-photon qubits from a ground observatory to a low Earth orbit satellite – through an up-link channel – with a distance up to 1400 km.”
En mer lättillgänglig artikel, än forskningsrapporten själv, finns här:
 Buniy, Roman; Hsu, Stephen (2012). “Everything is entangled”.
Schmid College of Science, Chapman University, California and Institute of Theoretical Science, University of Oregon
Sammanfattning: “We show that big bang cosmology implies a high degree of entanglement of particles in the universe. In fact, a typical particle is entangled with many particles far outside our horizon. However, the entanglement is spread nearly uniformly so that two randomly chosen particles are unlikely to be directly entangled with each other – the reduced density matrix describing any pair is likely to be separable.”