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Natural quantum operational semantics with predicates

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A general definition of a quantum predicate and quantum labelled transition systems for finite quantum computation systems is presented. The notion of a quantum predicate as a positive operator-valued measure is developed. The main results of this paper are a theorem about the existence of generalised predicates for quantum programs defined as completely positive maps and a theorem about the existence of a GSOS format for quantum labelled transition systems. The first theorem is a slight generalisation of D'Hondt and Panagaden's theorem about the quantum weakest precondition in terms of discrete support positive operator-valued measures.
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