Quantum Book

Somewhere along the line I missed that Susan Loepp and William Wootters’ book on quantum cryptography, quantum computation, and quantum error correction had been published. Protecting Information: From Classical Error Correction to Quantum Cryptography by Loepp and Wootters. Wootters (two o’s two t’s!) is among my personal heros, so I’m ashamed at having missed this publication. Doh.

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1 Response to Quantum Book

  1. Colin McCormick says:

    I visited Bill (who was my undergrad adviser) at Williams this spring when I was there to give a talk. As I walked into his office that morning he was just emailing off the final proof correction for the textbook, so we started talking about QKD experiments happening at NIST. I told him about the recent NIST results in high-speed QKD and he got a funny look on his face. Later that day he was late to lunch, and explained that he’d just sent sent off a “final final” proof correction with a couple of added paragraphs about the latest in high-speed QKD. 🙂

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