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Structure-Based Super-Resolution in Quantum Information

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We show that prior information, such as that a quantum state is sparse in a known mathematical basis, enables algorithmic reconstruction of an initial three-photon state from two-photon coincidence measurements, thereby achieving quantum super-resolution.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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