arxiv: Computer Science::Cryptography and Security | Computer Science::Databases
Private states are those quantum states from which a perfectly secure cryptographic key can be extracted. They represent the basic unit of quantum privacy. In this work we show that all states belonging to this class violate a Bell inequality. This result establishes a ... View more
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