Graeme Smith spends much of his time researching Quantum capacity, Quantum mechanics, Quantum, Quantum network and Quantum channel. Graeme Smith interconnects Block code, Theoretical computer science and Quantum convolutional code in the investigation of issues within Quantum capacity. As part of one scientific family, Graeme Smith deals mainly with the area of Quantum mechanics, narrowing it down to issues related to the Computation, and often Nonlinear system.
His work on Qubit as part of general Quantum research is often related to Information theory, thus linking different fields of science. His Qubit research incorporates elements of Quantum computer and Quantum entanglement. As a part of the same scientific family, Graeme Smith mostly works in the field of Quantum channel, focusing on Amplitude damping channel and, on occasion, Topology, Upper and lower bounds, Bounded function and Norm.
Radar, Quantum, Artificial intelligence, Radar imaging and Bistatic radar are his primary areas of study. His studies in Radar integrate themes in fields like Electronic engineering and Remote sensing. Qubit, Quantum information, Quantum information science, Quantum capacity and Quantum state are the primary areas of interest in his Quantum study.
In Quantum capacity, he works on issues like Discrete mathematics, which are connected to Expander code. Graeme Smith focuses mostly in the field of Artificial intelligence, narrowing it down to topics relating to Computer vision and, in certain cases, Sonar. His Bistatic radar study incorporates themes from Clutter and Doppler effect.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Radar, Passive radar, Quantum, Real-time computing and Signal. His work on Clutter as part of general Radar study is frequently linked to Track, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Passive radar study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Digital television, Acoustics, Remote sensing and Multistatic radar.
His specific area of interest is Quantum, where Graeme Smith studies Quantum entanglement. His study in Algorithm is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Signal-to-noise ratio, Waveform and Interference. Graeme Smith has researched Communication channel in several fields, including Quantum channel, Lossy compression and Information transfer.
Graeme Smith mainly investigates Quantum entanglement, Quantum, Quantum computer, Mathematical physics and Passive radar. His Quantum entanglement study combines topics in areas such as Time evolution, Telecommunications link, Base station and Telecommunications network. His research on Quantum focuses in particular on Quantum state.
His Quantum computer research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Quantum cryptography, Square, Teleportation and Topology. His Mathematical physics research integrates issues from Quantum information, Correlation, Wedge and Mutual information. His Passive radar research includes themes of Acoustics, Micro doppler, Doppler effect and Modulation.
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Large-Area Mapping at 850 Microns. II. Analysis of the Clump Distribution in the ρ Ophiuchi Molecular Cloud
Doug Johnstone;Christine D. Wilson;Gerald Moriarty-Schieven;Gilles Joncas.
The Astrophysical Journal (2000)
Quantum communication with zero-capacity channels.
Graeme Smith;Jon Yard.
Through-the-Wall Sensing of Personnel Using Passive Bistatic WiFi Radar at Standoff Distances
K. Chetty;G. E. Smith;K. Woodbridge.
IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing (2012)
Cognitive Radar Framework for Target Detection and Tracking
Kristine L. Bell;Christopher J. Baker;Graeme E. Smith;Joel T. Johnson.
IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Signal Processing (2015)
Efficient method for computing the maximum-likelihood quantum state from measurements with additive Gaussian noise.
John A. Smolin;Jay M. Gambetta;Graeme Smith.
Physical Review Letters (2012)
Degenerate quantum codes for Pauli channels.
Graeme Smith;Graeme Smith;John A. Smolin.
Physical Review Letters (2007)
Harnessing electro-optic correlations in an efficient mechanical converter
Andrew P Higginbotham;Andrew P Higginbotham;P. S. Burns;M. D. Urmey;R. W. Peterson.
Nature Physics (2018)
The structure of degradable quantum channels
Toby S. Cubitt;Mary Beth Ruskai;Graeme Smith.
Journal of Mathematical Physics (2008)
Codeword Stabilized Quantum Codes
A. Cross;G. Smith;J.A. Smolin;Bei Zeng.
IEEE Transactions on Information Theory (2009)
Can closed timelike curves or nonlinear quantum mechanics improve quantum state discrimination or help solve hard problems
Charles H. Bennett;Debbie Leung;Graeme Smith;John A. Smolin.
Physical Review Letters (2009)
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