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|Title:||SELF-TESTING: WALKING ON THE BOUNDARY OF THE QUANTUM SET||Authors:||WU XINGYAO||Keywords:||quantum information,self-testing,quantum correlation,semidefinite programming,quantum set,Bell Inequality||Issue Date:||17-Oct-2016||Citation:||WU XINGYAO (2016-10-17). SELF-TESTING: WALKING ON THE BOUNDARY OF THE QUANTUM SET. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||Device-independent self-testing is one of the methods with least presumptions that characterize unknown quantum devices. Unlike other ways of assessing quantum devices, self-testing is different since it does not assume the inner mechanism of the device itself or the dimension of the Hilbert space of the device. Throughout the development of the study on this subject, the paradigm of self-testing has changed a lot and the capability of self-testing has also increased significantly from the first beginning. With these developments, the understanding of self-testing has evolved into more systematic forms. In this thesis, I will introduce basic notions that are required for current study of self-testing and also different methods that have been used in self-testing. With these new methods, I will also talk more on what self-testing can bring to us while we are trying to understand the properties of the quantum behaviors in the sense of quantum correlations.||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/134729|
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