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We present a set of inequalities for detecting quantum entanglement of 2 ⊗ d quantum states. For 2 ⊗ 2 and 2 ⊗ 3 systems, the inequalities give rise to sufficient and necessary separability conditions for both pure and mixed states. For the case of d > 3, these inequalities are necessary conditions for separability, which detect all entangled states that(More)
As one of the most striking features of quantum phenomena [1], quantum entanglement is playing very important roles in quantum information processing such as quantum computation [2], quantum teleportation [3, 4, 5, 6] (for experimental realization see [7]), dense coding [8] and quantum cryptographic schemes [9, 10, 11]. The separability of pure states for(More)
We present a quantum secure direct communication scheme achieved by swapping quantum entanglement. In this scheme a set of ordered Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen (EPR) pairs is used as a quantum information channel for sending secret messages directly. After insuring the safety of the quantum channel, the sender Alice encodes the secret messages directly by(More)
It is shown that the dissonance, a quantum correlation which is equal to quantum discord for separable state, is required for assisted optimal state discrimination. We find that only one side discord is required in the optimal process of assisted state discrimination, while another side discord and entanglement is not necessary. We show that the quantum(More)
Explicit sufficient and necessary conditions for separability of N-dimensional rank two multiparty quantum mixed states are presented. A nonseparability inequality is also given, for the case where one of the eigenvectors corresponding to nonzero eigenvalues of the density matrix is maximally entangled. PACS: 03.65.Bz;89.70.+c Quantum entanglement is(More)
In this article we make a review on the usefulness of probabilistically cloning and present examples of quantum computation tasks for which quantum cloning offers an advantage which cannot be matched by any approach that does not resort to it. In these quantum computations, one needs to distribute quantum information contained in states about which we have(More)