QRNG

Generating and using truly random quantum states in Mathematica. The problem of generating random quantum states is of a great interest from the quantum information theory point of view. In this paper we present a package for Mathematica computing system harnessing a specific piece of hardware, namely Quantis quantum random number generator (QRNG), for investigating statistical properties of quantum states. The described package implements a number of functions for generating random states, which use Quantis QRNG as a source of randomness. It also provides procedures which can be used in simulations not related directly to quantum information processing.

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  1. Miszczak, J. A.: States and channels in quantum mechanics without complex numbers (2017)
  2. Miszczak, Jarosław Adam: Generating and using truly random quantum states in \textttMathematica (2012)
  3. Miszczak, J. A.: Generating and using truly random quantum states in Mathematica (2011) ioport