Web: http://arxiv.org/abs/2204.10471

April 25, 2022, 1:20 a.m. | Yingkai Ouyang, Peter P. Rohde

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Two essential primitives for universal, cloud-based quantum computation with
security based on the laws of quantum mechanics, are quantum homomorphic
encryption with information-theoretic security and quantum error correction.
The former enables information-theoretic security of outsourced quantum
computation, while the latter allows reliable and scalable quantum computations
in the presence of errors. Previously these ingredients have been considered in
isolation from one another. By establishing group-theoretic requirements that
these two ingredients must satisfy, we provide a general framework for
composing them. …

encryption error framework general homomorphic encryption quantum

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