Abstract

Quantum state estimation and discrimination are important tasks not only for many quantum information protocols but also precise measurements. In this paper, we report our recent efforts on this issue. In the first part, we report adoptive quantum state estimation, which provides the most accurate estimation using an optimal measurement basis for each measurement. In the second part, we introduce quantum state data mining where the erroneous states (density matrices) are discriminated from the normal ones efficiently using machine learning method.

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