Using four Einstein–Podolsky–Rosen (EPR) states as the shared quantum channel, we investigate the deterministic joint remote preparation of an arbitrary two-qubit state in the presence of noisy environments through the analytical solution of the master equation in the Lindblad form. By means of unitary matrix decomposition method, quantum logic circuit for the deterministic joint remote state preparation (JRSP) protocol is first constructed. Then, we analytically derive the average fidelities of the deterministic JRSP process under the influence of Pauli noises, zero-temperature and high-temperature reservoirs acting on the four EPR pairs. It is found that the average fidelities under the action of different noises display different evolution behaviors. Moreover, for the specific noises examined in this paper, in the long-time limit, the dephasing noise and the zero-temperature environment have the relatively weak effect on their respective average fidelities, whereas the isotropic noise and the high-temperature environment have the relatively strong effect.
Quantum Information Processing – Springer Journals
Published: Jun 21, 2015
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