A link between symmetries of critical states and the structure of SLOCC classes in multipartite systems

  title={A link between symmetries of critical states and the structure of SLOCC classes in multipartite systems},
  author={Oskar Slowik and Martin Hebenstreit and Barbara Kraus and Adam Sawicki},
Central in entanglement theory is the characterization of local transformations among pure multipartite states. As a first step towards such a characterization, one needs to identify those states which can be transformed into each other via local operations with a non-vanishing probability. The classes obtained in this way are called SLOCC classes. They can be categorized into three disjoint types: the null-cone, the polystable states and strictly semistable states. Whereas the former two are… 

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