Entanglement of indistinguishable particles: A comparative study

@article{Lourencco2019EntanglementOI,
  title={Entanglement of indistinguishable particles: A comparative study},
  author={A. C. C. Lourencco and Tiago Debarba and Eduardo Inacio Duzzioni},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2019}
}
There is a debate in course about the quantification of entanglement of indistinguishable particles and recently a new method due to Lo Franco and Compagno (LFC) [Sci. Rep. \textbf{6}, 20603 (2016)] appeared with the aim of settling the controversies of this debate. In this work we show that the LFC approach can be recovered using the second quantization formalism and a local single-particle basis to perform the trace over one particle state. The use of the second quantization formalism has the… 

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