Monogamy Inequality in Terms of Entanglement Measures Based on Distance for Pure Multiqubit States

  title={Monogamy Inequality in Terms of Entanglement Measures Based on Distance for Pure Multiqubit States},
  author={Limin Gao and Fengli Yan and Ting Gao},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
Using very general arguments, we prove that any entanglement measures based on distance must be maximal on pure states. Furthermore, we show that Bures measure of entanglement and geometric measure of entanglement satisfy the monogamy inequality on all pure multiqubit states. Finally, using the power of Bures measure of entanglement and geometric measure of entanglement, we present a class of tight monogamy relations for pure states of multiqubit systems. 
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