We consider the problem of local operations and classical communication (LOCC) discrimination between two bipartite pure states of fermionic systems. We show that, contrary to the case of quantum systems, for fermionic systems it is generally not possible to achieve the ideal state discrimination performances through LOCC measurements. On the other hand, we show that an ancillary system made of two fermionic modes in a maximally entangled state is a sufficient additional resource to attain the ideal performances via LOCC measurements. The stability of the ideal results is studied when the probability of preparation of the two states is perturbed, and a tight bound on the discrimination error is derived.

Fermionic State Discrimination by Local Operations and Classical Communication

Lugli, M;Perinotti, P;Tosini, A
2020-01-01

Abstract

We consider the problem of local operations and classical communication (LOCC) discrimination between two bipartite pure states of fermionic systems. We show that, contrary to the case of quantum systems, for fermionic systems it is generally not possible to achieve the ideal state discrimination performances through LOCC measurements. On the other hand, we show that an ancillary system made of two fermionic modes in a maximally entangled state is a sufficient additional resource to attain the ideal performances via LOCC measurements. The stability of the ideal results is studied when the probability of preparation of the two states is perturbed, and a tight bound on the discrimination error is derived.
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