Experimental localisation of quantum entanglement through monitored classical mediator

  title={Experimental localisation of quantum entanglement through monitored classical mediator},
  author={Soham Pal and Priyanka Batra and Tanjung Krisnanda and Tomasz Paterek and T S Mahesh},
Quantum entanglement is a form of correlation between quantum particles that cannot be increased via local operations and classical communication. It has therefore been proposed that an increment of quantum entanglement between probes interacting solely via mediator implies nonclassicality of the mediator. Indeed, under certain assumptions about the initial state, entanglement gain between the probes indicates quantum coherence in the mediator. Going beyond such assumptions, there exist other… Expand

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