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Trace Distance as a Measure of Decoherence at Finite Temperature Environment

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Abstract

Interaction of a qubit with finite temperature environment results in loss of information due to decoherence. In the present work we consider trace distance as a measure of decoherence and study how weak measurement can reduce decoherence.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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