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From quantum-codemaking to quantum code-breaking

Abstract:
This is a semi-popular overview of quantum entanglement as an important physical resource in the field of data security and quantum computing. After a brief outline of entanglement's key role in philosophical debates about the meaning of quantum mechanics I describe its current impact on both cryptography and cryptanalysis. The paper is based on the lecture given at the conference "Geometric Issues in the Foundations of Science" (Oxford, June 1996) in honor of Roger Penrose.
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Published

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Pages:
195-214
Publication date:
1997-03-19
URN:
uuid:71e593f7-3209-4d0c-8600-5e2336e5ca30
Source identifiers:
27361
Local pid:
pubs:27361
ISBN:
0-19-850059-9
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