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Bennett's laws of quantum information are:
- 1 qubit 1 bit (classical)
- 1 qubit 1 ebit (entanglement bit)
- 1 ebit + 1 qubit 2 bits (i.e. superdense coding)
- 1 ebit + 2 bits 1 qubit (i.e. quantum teleportation)
where indicates 'can do the job of.'
These principles were formulated around 1993 by Charles H. Bennett.
- Quantum Mechanics: The Physics of the Microscopic World, Benjamin Schumacher, The Teaching Company, lecture 21
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