A simplified formalism of the algebra of partially transposed permutation operators with applications
Marek Mozrzymas , Michał Studziński , Michał Horodecki
AbstractHerein we continue the study of the representation theory of the algebra of permutation operators acting on the n-fold tensor product space, partially transposed on the last subsystem. We develop the concept of partially reduced irreducible representations, which allows us to significantly simplify previously proved theorems and, most importantly, derive new results for irreducible representations of the mentioned algebra. In our analysis we are able to reduce the complexity of the central expressions by getting rid of sums over all permutations from the symmetric group, obtaining equations which are much more handy in practical applications. We also find relatively simple matrix representations for the generators of the underlying algebra. The obtained simplifications and developments are applied to derive the characteristics of a deterministic portbased teleportation scheme written purely in terms of irreducible representations of the studied algebra. We solve an eigenproblem for the generators of the algebra, which is the first step towards a hybrid port-based teleportation scheme and gives us new proofs of the asymptotic behaviour of teleportation fidelity. We also show a connection between the density operator characterising port-based teleportation and a particular matrix composed of an irreducible representation of the symmetric group, which encodes properties of the investigated algebra.
|Journal series||Journal of Physics A-Mathematical and Theoretical, ISSN 1751-8113, (A 25 pkt)|
|Publication size in sheets||1.55|
|Keywords in English||symmetric group, irreducible representation, port-based teleportation|
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|Publication indicators||: 2017 = 1.963 (2) - 2017=1.766 (5)|
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