A Unified Approach to Local Quantum Uncertainty and Interferometric Power by Metric Adjusted Skew Information

  title={A Unified Approach to Local Quantum Uncertainty and Interferometric Power by Metric Adjusted Skew Information},
  author={Paolo Gibilisco and Davide Girolami and Frank Hansen},
Local quantum uncertainty and interferometric power were introduced by Girolami et al. as geometric quantifiers of quantum correlations. The aim of the present paper is to discuss their properties in a unified manner by means of the metric adjusted skew information defined by Hansen. 

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