Entanglement Polytopes: Multiparticle Entanglement from Single-Particle Information

  title={Entanglement Polytopes: Multiparticle Entanglement from Single-Particle Information},
  author={M. Walter and Brent Doran and D. Gross and M. Christandl},
  pages={1205 - 1208}
  • M. Walter, Brent Doran, +1 author M. Christandl
  • Published 2013
  • Physics, Mathematics, Medicine
  • Science
  • Unraveling Entanglement Entanglement is a curious property of some quantum mechanical systems, exploited in applications such as quantum information processing. Walter et al. (p. 1205) used an algebraic geometry approach to represent the entanglement of a multiparticle system in a pure state in the geometric space whose axes are associated with the properties of the individual particles. In that space, entanglement classes—collections of entangled states that can be transformed into each other… CONTINUE READING
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