A General No-Cloning Theorem
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A simple theorem is proved which has most of the known no-cloning and no-broadcasting results as corollaries. It also implies the standard restrictions on measuring non-commuting observables.
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- A General No-Cloning Theorem
Letters in Mathematical Physics
Volume 47, Issue 2 , pp 189-196
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