|Title:||Measuring complete quantum states with a single observable|
|Abstract:||Experimental determination of an unknown quantum state usually requires several incompatible measurements. However, it is also possible to determine the full quantum state from a single, repeated measurement. For this purpose, the quantum system whose state is to be determined is first coupled to a second quantum system (the “assistant”) in such a way that part of the information in the quantum state is transferred to the assistant. The actual measurement is then performed on the enlarged system including the original system and the assistant. We discuss in detail the requirements of this procedure and experimentally implement it on a simple quantum system consisting of nuclear spins.|
|Rights:||©2007 The American Physical Society|
|Publisher:||The American Physical Society|
|Citation:||Peng, X.; Du, J.; Suter, D.: Measuring complete quantum states with a single observable. In: Physical Review A Jg. 76(2007), 042117.|
|Appears in Collections:||Suter, Dieter Prof. Dr.|
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