Mark Wilde's Second Edition of his book "Quantum Information Theory" has been published
Developing many of the major, exciting, pre- and post-millennium developments from the ground up, this book is an ideal entry point for graduate students into quantum information theory. Significant attention is given to quantum mechanics for quantum information theory, and careful studies of the important protocols of teleportation, superdense coding, and entanglement distribution are presented. In this new edition, readers can expect to find over 100 pages of new material, including detailed discussions of Bell's theorem, the CHSH game, Tsirelson's theorem, the axiomatic approach to quantum channels, the definition of the diamond norm and its interpretation, and a proof of the Choi–Kraus theorem. Discussion of the importance of the quantum dynamic capacity formula has been completely revised, and many new exercises and references have been added. This new edition will be welcomed by the upcoming generation of quantum information theorists and the already established community of classical information theorists.
1. Contains over 100 pages of new material, including many new exercises and references
2. Offers an extensive overview of classical information theory and recent advances in quantum information theory for the non-expert
3. Provides applications to many example quantum channels of practical interest, including depolarizing, amplitude dampening, and erasure channels