- In 1943, Holevo was born within the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) in what is now Russia.
- He is renowned for his work on the statistical the foundations of quantum theory and quantum computation.
- In 1973, he published Holevo’s bound, a theorem that established the upper limit to the amount of classical information that could be extracted from a given ensemble of quantum states.
- Between 1992 to 2008, he received prizes for his scientific achievements from the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Book: Probabilistic and Statistical Aspects of Quantum Theory (Elsevier, 1982). Statistical Structure of Quantum Theory (Springer, 2001).Quantum Systems, Channels, Information: A Mathematical Introduction (Walter de Gruyter, 2012).
Author: Sara Singh (2021) LJMU Student
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