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Mathematics
D-index
41
Citations
10,831
132
World Ranking
1258
National Ranking
14

2016 - IEEE Claude E. Shannon Award

- Quantum mechanics
- Algebra
- Mathematical analysis

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Quantum capacity, Quantum channel, Quantum mechanics, Classical capacity and Amplitude damping channel. His work deals with themes such as Statistical physics, Pure mathematics and Coherent information, which intersect with Quantum capacity. His research in Quantum channel tackles topics such as Discrete mathematics which are related to areas like Quantum operation and Additive function.

His study in Quantum information and Open quantum system is carried out as part of his Quantum mechanics studies. Much of his study explores Quantum information relationship to Gaussian. In his study, Minimum entropy, Gaussian channels and Algebra is strongly linked to Quantum, which falls under the umbrella field of Gaussian.

- The capacity of the quantum channel with general signal states (914 citations)
- STATISTICAL STRUCTURE OF QUANTUM THEORY (647 citations)
- Evaluating capacities of bosonic Gaussian channels (411 citations)

His primary areas of investigation include Quantum information, Quantum, Statistical physics, Classical capacity and Quantum channel. His Quantum information study introduces a deeper knowledge of Quantum mechanics. Alexander Semenovich Holevo combines subjects such as Mathematical physics, Additive function and Pure mathematics, Conjecture with his study of Quantum.

His study on Statistical physics also encompasses disciplines like

- Coherent states, Applied mathematics and Null most often made with reference to Gaussian,
- Generalization which is related to area like Structure. His Classical capacity research incorporates elements of Amplitude damping channel, State and Gaussian function. As a part of the same scientific family, Alexander Semenovich Holevo mostly works in the field of Quantum channel, focusing on Quantum capacity and, on occasion, Coherent information, Quantum error correction, Composition and Class.

- Quantum information (37.50%)
- Quantum (35.71%)
- Statistical physics (32.14%)

- Statistical physics (32.14%)
- Quantum (35.71%)
- Gaussian (28.57%)

Alexander Semenovich Holevo mainly focuses on Statistical physics, Quantum, Gaussian, Quantum information and Classical capacity. His studies examine the connections between Statistical physics and genetics, as well as such issues in Bounded function, with regards to Discrete mathematics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Semigroup, Pure mathematics, Conjecture and Generalization.

His Quantum information research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Space, Class and Irreducible representation. Quantum channel and Quantum entanglement are the focus of his Classical capacity studies. Alexander Semenovich Holevo interconnects Quantum information science, Quantum capacity and Concatenation in the investigation of issues within Quantum channel.

- Quantum Systems, Channels, Information: A Mathematical Introduction (68 citations)
- Unbounded Generators of Dynamical Semigroups (14 citations)
- Unbounded Generators of Dynamical Semigroups (14 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Algebra
- Mathematical analysis

His scientific interests lie mostly in Statistical physics, Quantum, Quantum information, Gaussian and Bounded function. The Quantum study combines topics in areas such as Semigroup, Singular perturbation and Conjecture. His Conjecture research includes themes of Generator, Generalization, Quantum dynamical semigroup and Special case.

Alexander Semenovich Holevo has included themes like Theoretical physics, Quantum information science, Theoretical computer science and Open quantum system in his Quantum information study. His studies deal with areas such as Classical capacity and Mathematical physics as well as Gaussian. His Classical capacity study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Computation, Observable and Coherent states.

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Probabilistic and Statistical Aspects of Quantum Theory

A. S. Holevo;Leslie E. Ballentine.

Physics Today **(1984)**

1581 Citations

Probabilistic and Statistical Aspects of Quantum Theory

A. S. Holevo;Leslie E. Ballentine.

Physics Today **(1984)**

1581 Citations

The capacity of the quantum channel with general signal states

A.S. Holevo.

IEEE Transactions on Information Theory **(1998)**

1255 Citations

The capacity of the quantum channel with general signal states

A.S. Holevo.

IEEE Transactions on Information Theory **(1998)**

1255 Citations

STATISTICAL STRUCTURE OF QUANTUM THEORY

Alexander S. Holevo.

**(2001)**

802 Citations

STATISTICAL STRUCTURE OF QUANTUM THEORY

Alexander S. Holevo.

**(2001)**

802 Citations

Statistical decision theory for quantum systems

A.S Holevo.

Journal of Multivariate Analysis **(1973)**

602 Citations

Statistical decision theory for quantum systems

A.S Holevo.

Journal of Multivariate Analysis **(1973)**

602 Citations

Evaluating capacities of bosonic Gaussian channels

A. S. Holevo;R. F. Werner.

Physical Review A **(2001)**

565 Citations

Evaluating capacities of bosonic Gaussian channels

A. S. Holevo;R. F. Werner.

Physical Review A **(2001)**

565 Citations

Reports on Mathematical Physics

(Impact Factor: 0.808)

Theory of Probability and its Applications

(Impact Factor: 0.56)

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