On the Power of Quantum Memory

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Koenig, Robert; Maurer, Ueli; Renner, Renato;

We address the question whether quantum memory is more powerful than classical memory. In particular, we consider a setting where information about a random n-bit string X is stored in r classical or quantum bits, for r<n, i.e., the stored information is bound to be onl... View more
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