Bachelor of Arts
Mathematics and Statistics
Cryptography, Quantum cryptography, Entanglement
Quantum cryptography exploits the quantum mechanical principle that observation in general disturbs the system being observed. Of particular interest is the role played by entanglement, which doesn’t yet have a complete theory. In this thesis, we attempt to classify quantum entanglement and explore how the properties of quantum entanglement allow for applications in information transmission and quantum cryptography.
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Chen, Wenqin, "Some applications of quantum entanglement to cryptography" (2020). Honors Project, Smith College, Northampton, MA.
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