Entanglement detection via general SIC-POVMs

@article{Xi2016EntanglementDV,
  title={Entanglement detection via general SIC-POVMs},
  author={Ya Xi and Zhu-Jun Zheng and Chuan-Jie Zhu},
  journal={Quantum Information Processing},
  year={2016},
  volume={15},
  pages={5119-5128}
}
We study separability problem using general symmetric informationally complete measurements and propose separability criteria in $$\mathbb {C}^{d_{1}}\otimes \mathbb {C}^{d_{2}}$$Cd1⊗Cd2 and $$\mathbb {C}^{d_{1}}\otimes \mathbb {C}^{d_{2}}\cdots \otimes \mathbb {C}^{d_{n}}$$Cd1⊗Cd2⋯⊗Cdn. Our criteria just require less local measurements and provide experimental implementation in detecting entanglement of unknown quantum states. 

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