Blind quantum computation (BQC) allows a client who has only limited quantum power to achieve quantum computation with the help of a remote quantum server and still keep the client's input, output, and algorithm private. Recently, Kashefi and Wallden extended BQC to achieve two-party quantum computation which allows two parties Alice and Bob to perform a joint unitary transform upon their inputs. However, in their protocol Alice has to prepare rotated single qubits and perform Pauli operations, and Bob needs to have a powerful quantum computer. In this work, we also utilize the idea of BQC to put forward an improved two-party quantum computation protocol in which the operations of both Alice and Bob are simplified since Alice only needs to apply Pauli operations and Bob is just required to prepare and encrypt his input qubits. Copyright © 2018 Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, part of Springer Nature.
CitationSun, Z., Li, Q., Yu, F., & Chan, W. H. (2018). Application of blind quantum computation to two-party quantum computation. International Journal of Theoretical Physics, 57(6), 1864–1871. doi: 10.1007/s10773-018-3711-9
- Blind quantum computation
- Two-party quantum computation