MaximumOutputFidelity
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MaximumOutputFidelity | |
Computes the maximum output fidelity of two quantum channels | |
Other toolboxes required | CVX |
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Related functions | DiamondNorm Fidelity |
Function category | Norms and distance measures |
Usable within CVX? | no |
MaximumOutputFidelity is a function that computes the maximum output fidelity between two quantum channels $\Phi$ and $\Psi$, defined as follows: \[F_{max}(\Phi,\Psi) := \max_{\rho,\sigma}\big\{F(\Phi(\rho),\Psi(\sigma)) : \rho,\sigma \text{ are density matrices}\big\},\] where $F(\cdot,\cdot)$ is the usual fidelity between quantum states.
Syntax
- MOF = MaximumOutputFidelity(PHI,PSI)
- MOF = MaximumOutputFidelity(PHI,PSI,DIM_PHI)
- MOF = MaximumOutputFidelity(PHI,PSI,DIM_PHI,DIM_PSI)
Argument descriptions
- PHI,PSI: Quantum channels, represented as either Choi matrices or cells of Kraus operators.
- DIM_PHI,DIM_PSI (optional): 1-by-2 vectors containing the input and output dimensions of PHI and PSI, respectively. These arguments must be provided if and only if PHI and PSI are provided as Choi matrices and they have unequal input and output dimensions.
Examples
The following code computes the minimum output fidelity of a random qutrit channel $\Psi$ with the identity channel:
>> d = 3; >> Phi = {eye(d)}; >> Psi = RandomSuperoperator(d); >> MaximumOutputFidelity(Phi,Psi) ans = 0.7638
Source code
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%% MAXIMUMOUTPUTFIDELITY Computes the maximum output fidelity of two quantum channels
% This function has two required input arguments:
% PHI,PHI: quantum channels, represented as either Choi matrices or
% cells of Kraus operators
%
% MOF = MaximumOutputFidelity(PHI,PSI) is the maximum output fidelity
% between the two quantum channels PHI and PSI. That is, it is the
% maximum fidelity between states of the form PHI(RHO) and PSI(SIGMA),
% where RHO and SIGMA are density matrices.
%
% This function has two optional input arguments:
% DIM_PHI,DIM_PSI: 1-by-2 vectors containing the input and output
% dimensions of PHI and PSI, respectively
%
% MOF = MaximumOutputFidelity(PHI,PSI,DIM_PHI,DIM_PSI) is as above, where
% the input and output dimensions of PHI and PSI are specified in the
% 1-by-2 vectors DIM_PHI and DIM_PSI. DIM_PHI and DIM_PSI should be
% provided if and only if PHI and PSI are have unequal input and output
% dimensions and are provided as Choi matrices.
%
% URL: http://www.qetlab.com/MaximumOutputFidelity
% requires: ComplementaryMap.m, CVX (http://cvxr.com/cvx/),
% DiamondNorm.m, KrausOperators.m, superoperator_dims.m
%
% authors: Nathaniel Johnston (nathaniel@njohnston.ca)
% package: QETLAB
% last updated: November 24, 2014
function mof = MaximumOutputFidelity(Phi,Psi,varargin)
% Compute the dimensions of PHI and PSI.
[da_phi,db_phi,de_phi] = superoperator_dims(Phi,0,varargin{1:min(end,1)});
[da_psi,db_psi,de_psi] = superoperator_dims(Psi,0,varargin{2:end});
if(da_phi ~= da_psi || db_phi ~= db_psi)
error('MaximumOutputFidelity:InvalidDims','PHI and PSI must have the same input and output dimensions as each other.');
end
min_de = min(de_phi,de_psi);
% Now construct a new map that we will compute the diamond norm of (this
% diamond norm will be the maximum output fidelity that we seek).
Phi = KrausOperators(Phi,[da_phi,db_phi]);
Psi = KrausOperators(Psi,[da_psi,db_psi]);
new_map = ComplementaryMap([Phi(1:min_de),Psi(1:min_de)]);
% Use the fact that the maximum output fidelity is complementary to the
% diamond norm in a natural way.
mof = DiamondNorm(new_map,[da_phi,de_phi]);