محاسبات کوانتومی - Quantum-Computing
عنوان انگلیسی مقاله:
A Remote Security Computational Ghost Imaging Method Based on Quantum Key Distribution Technology
ترجمه فارسی عنوان مقاله:
یک روش تصویربرداری شبح محاسباتی امنیت از راه دور بر اساس فناوری توزیع کلید کوانتومی
ieee - ieee Access;2022;10; ;10:1109/ACCESS:2022:3144297
Computational ghost imaging (CGI) is a method of acquiring object information by measuring
light field intensity, which would be used to achieve imaging in a complicated environment. The main issue
to be addressed in CGI technology is how to achieve rapid and high-quality imaging while assuring the secure
transmission of detection data in practical distant imaging applications. In order to address the mentioned
issues, this paper proposes a remote secure CGI method based on quantum communication technology.
Using the quantum key distribution (QKD) network, the CGI system can be reconstructed while solving the
problem of information security transmission between the detector and the reconstructed computing device.
By exploring the influence of different random measurement matrices on the quality of image reconstruction,
it is found that the randomness of the numerical sequence constituting the matrix is positively correlated
with the imaging quality. Based on this discovery, a new type of quantum cryptography measurement
matrix is constructed using quantum cryptography with good randomness. In addition, through further
orthogonalization and normalization of the matrix, the matrix has both good randomness and orthogonality,
and high-quality imaging results can be obtained at a low sampling rate. The feasibility and effectiveness of
the method are verified by simulation imaging experiments. Compared with the traditional GI system, the
method proposed in this paper has higher transmission security and high-quality imaging under this premise,
which provides a new idea for the practical development of CGI technology.
INDEX TERMS: Computational ghost imaging | quantum key distribution | quantum cryptography | measurement matrix | randomness | schimidt orthogonalization.