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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
RCC, ISEC, IT, WBS 2024-03-13
13:00
Osaka Osaka Univ. (Suita Campus) [Invited Talk] Recent Developments in Quantum Statistics
Akio Fujiwara (Osaka Univ.)
(To be available after the conference date) [more]
QIT
(2nd)
2022-12-09
16:15
Kanagawa Keio Univ.
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Efficiency of estimators for locally asymptotically normal quantum statistical models
Koichi Yamagata (NII), Akio Fujiwara (Osaka Univ)
We herein establish an asymptotic representation theorem for locally asymptotically normal quantum statistical models. T... [more]
IBISML 2022-01-17
11:00
Online Online Cluster approximation in quantum Boltzmann machine based on information geometry
Masaya Hoshikawa, Tomohiro Ogawa (UEC) IBISML2021-21
A Boltzmann Machine (BM) is a model of machine learning which consists
of mutually connected probabilistic binary units... [more]
IBISML2021-21
pp.23-28
QIT
(2nd)
2020-12-11
09:50
Online Online A quantum interface between a trapped single atom and fiber-guided photons
Nayak Kali Prasanna (UEC)
Tapered optical fibers with subwavelength diameter waist, optical nanofibers, and nanofiber-based cavities provide a uni... [more]
QIT
(2nd)
2019-05-21
11:00
Fukuoka Kyushu University, Chikushi Campus [Invited Talk] State-Dependent Approach to Quantum Measurement Theory and the Uncertainty Principle
Masanao Ozawa (Nagoya Univ.)
Although the statistics of quantum measurements depend on the state in which measurements are made, it has been difficul... [more]
QIT
(2nd)
2018-11-26
- 2018-11-27
Tokyo The University of Tokyo [Invited Talk] [Invited Talk] The theory of quantum statistical comparison and some applications in quantum information sciences
Francesco Buscemi (Nagoya Univ.)
In this talk I will review some central concepts in the theory of statistical comparison and its extensions to the quant... [more]
QIT
(2nd)
2018-06-05
11:40
Hiroshima ICCH Ran Noncommutative Lebesgue decomposition and contiguity with application to quantum local asymptotic normality
Koichi Yamagata (UEC), Akio Fujiwara (Osaka Univ)
In classical statistics, asymptotic version of the absolute continuity, called the contiguity, played an important role.... [more]
QIT
(2nd)
2018-06-04
13:20
Hiroshima ICCH Ran [Poster Presentation] Quantum interference effects in the estimation of quadrature displacements from photon number resolving measurements
Jun-Yi Wu, Toda Norifumi, Holger F. Hofmann (Hiroshima Univ)
Photon number resolving measurements (PNR) of a x-displaced squeezed state resolve the output photon number probability ... [more]
WBS, IT, ISEC 2018-03-09
13:55
Tokyo Katsusika Campas, Tokyo University of Science Parameter orthogonalization method in quantum parameter estimation problem
Jun Suzuki (UEC) IT2017-134 ISEC2017-122 WBS2017-115
Parameter orthogonalization method in classical statistics is a well-established method, and it has been used when deali... [more] IT2017-134 ISEC2017-122 WBS2017-115
pp.185-190
ICD, CPM, ED, EID, EMD, MRIS, OME, SCE, SDM, QIT
(Joint) [detail]
2017-01-30
13:55
Hiroshima Miyajima-Morino-Yado(Hiroshima) Non-classical joint-statistics and quantum measurement of photon polarization
Yutaro Suzuki, Masataka Iinuma, Holger F. Hofmann (Hiroshima Univ.)
(To be available after the conference date) [more]
QIT
(2nd)
2015-11-25
16:00
Kanagawa NTT Atsugi R&D center Nuisance parameter problem in quantum parameter estimation theory
Jun Suzuki (UEC)
We address quantum parameter estimation problems when some of the parameters are of no interest to be estimated. In clas... [more]
QIT
(2nd)
2015-05-26
10:00
Osaka Osaka University evaluation of joint measurements using entanglement
Taiki Nii, Shota Kino, Holger F. Hofmann (Hiroshima Univ.)
We show that the error statistics of a joint measurement of two non-commuting observables can be reconstructed completel... [more]
QIT
(2nd)
2015-05-26
11:20
Osaka Osaka University On the origin of randomness in quantum mechanics
Holger F. Hofmann (Hiroshima Univ.)
Quantum statistics originate from the physics of state preparation. It is therefore wrong to think of quantum states as ... [more]
QIT
(2nd)
2014-11-17
17:00
Miyagi Tohoku Univ. Non-classical correlation between measurement errors and back-action effects in quantum measurement of photon polarization
Masataka Iinuma, Yutaro Suzuki, Taiki Nii, Ryuji Kinoshita, Holger F. Hofmann (Hiroshima Univ.)
The measurement errors defined in Ozawa’s inequality appear to be equivalent to classical errors in the special case of ... [more]
QIT
(2nd)
2014-05-13
16:00
Aichi Nagoya Univ. The quantum laws of physics -- a new description of dynamics and causality --
Holger F. Hofmann (Hiroshima Univ.)
It is possible to completely explain all aspects of quantum mechanics by expressing the relations between physical prope... [more]
QIT
(2nd)
2014-05-12
- 2014-05-13
Aichi Nagoya Univ. [Poster Presentation] Statistics of Error and Disturbance for Quantum Measurements
Taiki Nii, Holger F. Hofmann (Hiroshima Univ.)
The definition given by Ozawa for the error and disturbance in quantum measurement results in a more precise formulation... [more]
QIT
(2nd)
2012-05-21
17:00
Fukui Fukui Univ. Analysis of quantum teleportation using weak measurement statistics
Masanori Hiroishi, Holger F. Hofmann (Hiroshima Univ.)
We use the quantum statistics of weak measurements to analyse the quantum teleportation process. The joint state of inpu... [more]
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