**A brief note on the contents of the report:** Most of the work for this
project was devoted to understanding the theory behind quantum information
systems and learning how these systems behave. As such, I have devoted a large
portion of my report on giving a background in this field as it represents
the core of what I have learned in doing this project. While I have learned
about the capacity of quantum channels, I still do not feel that I have
a solid understanding of them. I have thus tried to focus on explaining, in a
concise, and hopefully straightforward manner, the basics concepts of quantum
information while still offering a glimpse at how these can be used to
analyze quantum communication systems.

- "From Classical to Quantum Information Theory" (online version of published textbook)
- "Communication via One- and Two-Particle Operators on Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen States"
- "Entanglement-Assisted Classical Capacity of Noisy Quantum Channels"
- "The private classical capacity and quantum capacity of a quantum channel"
- "Quantum coding theorems"
- "Quantum Channel Capacities"
- "Entanglement-Assisted Capacity of a Quantum Channel and the Reverse Shannon Theorem"
- "On the Existence and Uniqueness of the Real Logarithm of a Matrix"
- "A Mathematical Theory of Communication"
- "Quantum data processing and error correction"
- "A Single Quantum Cannot be Cloned"