Practical, Reliable Error Bars in Quantum Tomography

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Faist, Philippe; Renner, Renato;

Precise characterization of quantum devices is usually achieved with quantum tomography. However, most methods which are currently widely used in experiments, such as maximum likelihood estimation, lack a well-justified error analysis. Promising recent methods based on ... View more
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