Entanglement creation using quantum interrogation

@article{Gilchrist2002EntanglementCU,
  title={Entanglement creation using quantum interrogation},
  author={Alexei Gilchrist and A. G. White and William J. Munro},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2002},
  volume={66},
  pages={012106-1-012106-7}
}
We present some applications of high-efficiency quantum interrogation (interaction-free measurement) for the creation of entangled states of separate atoms and of separate photons. The quantum interrogation of a quantum object in a superposition of object-in and object-out leaves the object and probe in an entangled state. The probe can then be further entangled with other objects in subsequent quantum interrogations. By then projecting out those cases in which the probe is left in a particular… Expand
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