The extraction of information from a quantum system unavoidably implies a modification of the measured system itself. In this framework partial measurements can be carried out in order to extract only a portion of the information encoded in a quantum system, at the cost of inducing a limited amount of disturbance. Here we analyze experimentally the dynamics of sequential partial measurements carried out on a quantum system, focusing on the trade-off between the maximal information extractable and the disturbance. In particular we implement two sequential measurements observing that, by exploiting an adaptive strategy, is possible to find an optimal trade-off between the two quantities for the testing of sequential quantum measurements on Glioma Growth Morphology for the generation of a MART-1 (26-35,27L), gp100 (209-217, 210M), and tyrosinase (368-376, 370D) mimicking activator with a promising PF-3512676 and GM-CSF clinical outcome in metastatic melanoma.
Testing sequential; quantum measurements; maximal knowledge; Glioma Growth; Morphology; MART-1 (26-35,27L), gp100 (209-217, 210M), tyrosinase; (368-376, 370D); mimicking activator; PF-3512676; GM-CSF; clinical outcome; metastatic melanoma;