Comparison of Perfect and Quasi Werner States

  title={Comparison of Perfect and Quasi Werner States},
  author={F. Siyouri and Fatima El Azzouzi},
In this paper, we investigate comparatively the behaviors of quantum discord and concurrence for Werner states based on two bipartite entangled squeezed states. The maximally entangled squeezed states are regarded as a perfect-Werner states, while the non-maximally entangled squeezed states are called quasi-Werner states. We show that, the behavior of the quantum correlations keep unchanged for these two types of states. However, the quantum correlations amount presents in perfect-Werner states… 

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