Experimentally Robust Self-testing for Bipartite and Tripartite Entangled States.

@article{Zhang2018ExperimentallyRS,
  title={Experimentally Robust Self-testing for Bipartite and Tripartite Entangled States.},
  author={Wen-Hao Zhang and Geng Chen and Xing-Xiang Peng and Xiang-Jun Ye and Peng Yin and Ya Xiao and Zhibo Hou and Ze-Di Cheng and Yu-Chun Wu and Jin-Shi Xu and Chuan-feng Li and Guang-Can Guo},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2018},
  volume={121 24},
  pages={
          240402
        }
}
  • Wen-Hao Zhang, Geng Chen, +9 authors Guang-Can Guo
  • Published in Physical review letters 2018
  • Physics, Medicine
  • Self-testing is a method with which a classical user can certify the state and measurements of quantum systems in a device-independent way. In particular, self-testing of entangled states is of great importance in quantum information processing. An understandable example is that the maximal violation of the Clauser-Horne-Shimony-Holt inequality necessarily implies that the bipartite system shares a singlet. One essential question in self-testing is that, when one observes a nonmaximum violation… CONTINUE READING

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