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Entanglement of two relativistic particles with discrete momenta
We study the structure of maps that Lorentz boosts induce on the spin degree of freedom of a system consisting of two massive spin-1/2 particles. We consider the case where the spin state isExpand
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Generation of maximally entangled states with subluminal Lorentz boosts
Recent work [J. Dunningham, V. Palge, and V. Vedral, Phys. Rev. A 80, 044302 (2009)] studied entanglement between the spin and momentum components of a single spin-$1/2$ particle and showed thatExpand
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Behavior of entanglement and Cooper pairs under relativistic boosts
Recent work [J. A. Dunningham, V. Palge, and V. Vedral, Phys. Rev. A 80, 044302 (2009)] has shown how single-particle entangled states are transformed when boosted in relativistic frames for certainExpand
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Behavior of Werner states under relativistic boosts
Abstract We study the structure of maps that Lorentz boosts induce on the spin degree of freedom of a system consisting of two massive spin- 1 / 2 particles. We consider the case where the spin stateExpand
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A remark on Fuchs' bayesian interpretation of quantum mechanics
Abstract Quantum mechanics is a theory whose foundations spark controversy to this day. Although many attempts to explain the underpinnings of the theory have been made, none has been unanimouslyExpand
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Observing the superposition of a single particle with the vacuum
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We present an interferometry scheme that should allow us to observe interference between the vacuum and a single photon or atom. Expand
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Time in quantum mechanics