Multi-Party Quantum Summation Based on Quantum Teleportation
AbstractWe present a secure multi-party quantum summation protocol based on quantum teleportation, in which a malicious, but non-collusive, third party (TP) helps compute the summation. In our protocol, TP is in charge of entanglement distribution and Bell states are shared between participants. Users encode the qubits in their hand according to their private bits and perform Bell-state measurements. After obtaining participants’ measurement results, TP can figure out the summation. The participants do not need to send their encoded states to others, and the protocol is therefore congenitally free from Trojan horse attacks. In addition, our protocol can be made secure against loss errors, because the entanglement distribution occurs only once at the beginning of our protocol. We show that our protocol is secure against attacks by the participants as well as the outsiders. View Full-Text
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Zhang, C.; Razavi, M.; Sun, Z.; Huang, Q.; Situ, H. Multi-Party Quantum Summation Based on Quantum Teleportation. Entropy 2019, 21, 719.
Zhang C, Razavi M, Sun Z, Huang Q, Situ H. Multi-Party Quantum Summation Based on Quantum Teleportation. Entropy. 2019; 21(7):719.Chicago/Turabian Style
Zhang, Cai; Razavi, Mohsen; Sun, Zhiwei; Huang, Qiong; Situ, Haozhen. 2019. "Multi-Party Quantum Summation Based on Quantum Teleportation." Entropy 21, no. 7: 719.
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