General SIC measurement-based entanglement detection

@article{Chen2015GeneralSM,
  title={General SIC measurement-based entanglement detection},
  author={Bin Chen and Tao Li and S. M. Fei},
  journal={Quantum Information Processing},
  year={2015},
  volume={14},
  pages={2281-2290}
}
We study the quantum separability problem by using general symmetric informationally complete measurements and present separability criteria for both $$d$$d-dimensional bipartite and multipartite systems. The criterion for bipartite quantum states is effective in detecting several well-known classes of quantum states. For isotropic states, it becomes both necessary and sufficient. Furthermore, our criteria can be experimentally implemented, and the criterion for two-qudit states requires less… 
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