Entanglement Detection Using Mutually Unbiased Measurements

  title={Entanglement Detection Using Mutually Unbiased Measurements},
  author={Bin Chen and Teng Ma and S. M. Fei},
  journal={Physical Review A},
We study the entanglement detection by using mutually unbiased measurements and provide a quantum separability criterion that can be experimentally implemented for arbitrary $d$-dimensional bipartite systems. We show that this criterion is more effective than the criterion based on mutually unbiased bases. For isotropic states our criterion becomes both necessary and sufficient. 

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