Cut-resistant links and multipartite entanglement resistant to particle loss

@article{Quinta2019CutresistantLA,
  title={Cut-resistant links and multipartite entanglement resistant to particle loss},
  author={Gonccalo M. Quinta and Rui Andr'e and Adam Burchardt and K. Zyczkowski},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2019},
  volume={100},
  pages={062329}
}
In this work, we explore the space of quantum states composed of $N$ particles. To investigate the entanglement resistant to particles loss, we introduce the notion of $m$-resistant states. A quantum state is $m$-resistant if it remains entangled after losing an arbitrary subset of m particles, but becomes separable after losing a number of particles larger than $m$. We establish an analogy to the problem of designing a topological link consisting of $N$ rings such that, after cutting any $(m… Expand

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