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Choi's theorem on completely positive maps
also called Completely positive map and has one more synonym

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  1. Choi's theorem reads as follows: Let be a positive map

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  2. a result that classifies completely positive maps between finite dimensional (matrix) C*-algebras

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  3. a term from mathematics

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  4. In the context of quantum information theory, the operators Vi are called the Kraus operators of Φ

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  5. An infinite dimensional algebraic generalization of Choi's theorem is known as Belavkin's "Radon-Nikodym" theorem for completely positive maps

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  6. Before stating Choi's result, we give the definition of a completely positive map and fix some notation

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