Flexible resources for quantum metrology


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FRIIS, Nicolai, Davide ORSUCCI, Michalis SKOTINIOTIS, Pavel SEKATSKI, Vedran DUNJKO, Hans J. BRIEGEL, Wolfgang DÜR, 2017. Flexible resources for quantum metrology. In: New Journal of Physics. 19(6), 063044. eISSN 1367-2630

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