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Matrix Representation of Quantum Entangled States: Understanding Bell's Inequality and Teleportation

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: Dr. Frank Wang
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In 1935, Einstein, Podolsky and Rosen published a paper revealing a counter-intuitive situation in quantum mechanics which was later known as the EPR paradox. The phenomenon involved an entangled state., which Schrodinger called "not one but the characteristic trait of quantum mechanics." In textbooks, entanglement is often presented in abstract notations. In popular accounts of quantum mechanics, entanglement is sometimes portrayed as a mystery or even distorted in a nearly pseudoscientific fashion. In this worksheet, we use Maple's LinearAlgebra package to represent quantum states and measurements in matrix form. The famous Bell's inequality and teleportation can be understood using elementary matrix operations.

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Publish Date: May 09, 2016
Created In: Maple 18
Language: English

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