We propose two novel schemes for probabilistic remote preparation of an arbitrary quantum state with the aid of the introduction of auxiliary particles and appropriate local unitary operations. The first new proposal could be used to improve the total successful probability of the remote preparation of a general quantum state, and the successful probability is twice as much as the one of the preceding schemes. Meanwhile, one can make use of the second proposal to realize the remote state preparation when the information of the partially entangled state is only available for the sender. This is in contrast to the fact that the receiver must know the non-maximally entangled state in previous typical schemes. Hence, our second proposal could enlarge the applied range of probabilistic remote state preparation. Additionally, we will illustrate how to combine these novel proposals in detail, and our results show that the union has the advantages of both schemes. Of course, our protocols are implemented at the cost of the increased complexity of the practical realizations.
Quantum Information Processing – Springer Journals
Published: Jul 29, 2014
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