In this work, novel schemes for joint remote state preparation are presented, which involve N senders and 2 receivers as well as N senders and 3 receivers. The receivers can simultaneously reconstruct different qubit states containing the joint information from all senders. Compared with the protocols proposed by Su et al. (Int J Quantum Inf 10:1250006 (2012), the information of the prepared states in our schemes is distributed in a different way. Our protocols can be applied not only to states with real parameters but also ones with complex parameters. Moreover, the N-to-2 protocol is suitable for general qubit states besides equatorial states, and the receivers need not to perform any measurements and CNOT gates to reconstruct the states.
Quantum Information Processing – Springer Journals
Published: Jul 17, 2014
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