## Implementation of group-covariant positive operator valued by Decker T., Janzing D.

By Decker T., Janzing D.

We ponder group-covariant confident operator valued measures (POVMs) on afinite dimensional quantum procedure. Following Neumark's theorem a POVM can beimplemented via an orthogonal dimension on a bigger procedure. consequently, ourgoal is to discover a quantum circuit implementation of a given group-covariant POVMwhich makes use of the symmetry of the POVM. in keeping with illustration concept of thesymmetry team we enhance a normal strategy for the implementation of groupcovariantPOVMs which include rank-one operators. the development is determined by amethod to decompose matrices that intertwine representations of a finite group.We supply a number of examples for which the ensuing quantum circuits are effective. Inparticular, we receive effective quantum circuits for a category of POVMs generated byWeyl-Heisenberg teams. those circuits permit to enforce an approximative simultaneousmeasurement of the location and crystal momentum of a particle movingon a cyclic chain.

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