High-dimensional entanglement certification

@article{Huang2016HighdimensionalEC,
  title={High-dimensional entanglement certification},
  author={Zixin Huang and Lorenzo Maccone and Akib Karim and Chiara Macchiavello and Robert J. Chapman and Alberto Peruzzo},
  journal={Scientific Reports},
  year={2016},
  volume={6}
}
Quantum entanglement is the ability of joint quantum systems to possess global properties (correlation among systems) even when subsystems have no definite individual property. Whilst the 2-dimensional (qubit) case is well-understood, currently, tools to characterise entanglement in high dimensions are limited. We experimentally demonstrate a new procedure for entanglement certification that is suitable for large systems, based entirely on information-theoretics. It scales more efficiently than… 

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