Generic ways of quantifying resources

Studying the usefulness of resources can be formalized via the framework of a resource theory. However, the complete answer to the question whether a certain resource is more useful than another one is often hard to find in many of the numerous applications of the framework. Approximate answers can be found by identifying so-called monotones—measures of "resourcefulness". I will present several generic constructions of monotones, of which many monotones known in the literature are concrete examples of. These constructions provide a way to relate monotones in different resource theories, thus enabling for the translation of results between them.

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Seminar
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Tuesday, September 4, 2018 - 15:30 to 17:00
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Sky Room
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394