Friday, April 5, 2013

1304.1163 (Benjamin Aaronson et al.)

Freezing of quantum correlations under nondissipative decoherence is

Benjamin Aaronson, Rosario Lo Franco, Gerardo Adesso
We show that the phenomenon of frozen discord, exhibited by specific classes of two-qubit states under local nondissipative decoherent evolutions, is a common feature of all known bona fide measures of general quantum correlations. All those measures, despite inducing generically inequivalent orderings on the set of nonclassically correlated states, return a constant value in the considered settings. Every communication protocol which relies on quantum correlations as resource will run with a performance completely unaffected by noise in the specified dynamical conditions. We provide a geometric interpretation of this phenomenon.
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