Archive for November, 2008
Finally managed to put the finishing touches on Relaxed uncertainty relations and information processing and get it out. The result I find most interesting is about “learnability” of states. Although quantum states seem very complicated, requiring 2^n complex coefficients to describe a state of n qubits, Aaronson showed that actually quantum states are easy to […]
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I finally overcame a tremendous bout of poison oak (not pictured, it was disturbing even to look at) and ventured back into the wild (pictured). I’ve also been working on my research web site (coming soon), a wordpress plugin that uses stat. learning theory (coming soon), and an arxiv paper (coming soonest).
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