Quantitative analysis of discontinuity of information characteristics of quantum states and channels is presented. Estimates for discontinuity jump (loss) of the von Neumann entropy for a given converging sequence of states are obtained. It is shown, in particular, that for any sequence the loss of entropy is upper bounded by the loss of mean energy (with the coefficient characterizing the Hamiltonian of a system). Then we prove that discontinuity jumps of basic measures of classical and quantum correlations in composite quantum systems are upper bounded by the loss of one of the marginal entropies (with a corresponding coefficient). Quantitative discontinuity analysis of the output entropy of a quantum operation and of basic information characteristics of a quantum channel considered as functions of a pair (channel, input state) is presented.
Problems of Information Transmission – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 19, 2016
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