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On quantum statistical inference
 J. Roy. Statist. Soc. B
, 2001
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Teleportation into Quantum Statistics
, 2001
"... The paper is a tutorial introduction to quantum information theory, developing the basic model and emphasizing the role of statistics and probability. ..."
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The paper is a tutorial introduction to quantum information theory, developing the basic model and emphasizing the role of statistics and probability.
Persuading Voters ⇤
, 2014
"... In a symmetric information voting model, an individual (information controller) can influence voters ’ choices by designing the information content of a public signal. We characterize the controller’s optimal signal. With a nonunanimous voting rule, she exploits voters ’ heterogeneity by designing ..."
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In a symmetric information voting model, an individual (information controller) can influence voters ’ choices by designing the information content of a public signal. We characterize the controller’s optimal signal. With a nonunanimous voting rule, she exploits voters ’ heterogeneity by designing a signal with realizations targeting di↵erent winningcoalitions. Consequently, under simplemajority voting rule, a majority of voters might be strictly worse o ↵ due to the controller’s influence. We characterize voters ’ preferences over electoral rules, and provide conditions for a majority of voters to prefer a supermajority (or unanimity) voting rule, in order to induce the controller to supply a more informative signal. JEL classification: D72, D83.
On Quantum Statistical Inference Ole E.
, 2003
"... Interest in problems of statistical inference connected to measurements of quantum systems has recently increased substantially, in step with dramatic new developments in experimental techniques for studying small quantum systems. Furthermore, theoretical developments in the theory of quantum measur ..."
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Interest in problems of statistical inference connected to measurements of quantum systems has recently increased substantially, in step with dramatic new developments in experimental techniques for studying small quantum systems. Furthermore, theoretical developments in the theory of quantum measurements have brought the basic mathematical framework for the probability calculations much closer to that of classical probability theory. The present paper reviews this field and proposes and interrelates a number of new concepts for an extension of classical statistical inference to the quantum context. (An earlier version of the paper containing material on further topics is available as