A Separation between Divergence and Holevo Information for Ensembles
Jain, Rahul; Nayak, Ashwin; Su, Yi;
Subject: Quantum Physics
The notion of divergence information of an ensemble of probability distributions was introduced by Jain, Radhakrishnan, and Sen in the context of the ``substate theorem''. Since then, divergence has been recognized as a more natural measure of information in several sit... View more
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