In quantum teleportation, a sender wishes to transmit an arbitrary quantum state of a particle to a possibly distant receiver. Quantum teleportation is able to achieve faithful transmission of quantum information by substituting classical communication and prior entanglement for a direct quantum channel. Using teleportation, an arbitrary unknown qubit can be faithfully transmitted via a pair of maximally-entangled qubits shared between sender and receiver, and a 2-bit classical message from the sender to the receiver. Quantum teleportation requires a noiseless quantum channel for sharing perfectly entangled particles, and therefore entanglement distillation satisfies this requirement by providing the noiseless quantum channel and maximally entangled qubits.
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... To begin teleportation, Alice performs a local measurement on the two subsystems (1 and 2) in her possession ... As stated above, the teleportation is said to be successful if, for all observable O on Bob's system, the equality holds ... objects are finite dimensional, this becomes The success criterion for teleportation has the expression ...
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