One-particle and two-particle visibilities in bipartite entangled Gaussian states

  title={One-particle and two-particle visibilities in bipartite entangled Gaussian states},
  author={Danko D. Georgiev and Leon Bello and Avishy Carmi and Eliahu Cohen},
Complementarity between one-particle visibility and two-particle visibility in discrete systems can be extended to bipartite quantum-entangled Gaussian states implemented with continuous-variable quantum optics. The meaning of the two-particle visibility originally defined by Jaeger, Horne, Shimony, and Vaidman with the use of an indirect method that first corrects the two-particle probability distribution by adding and subtracting other distributions with varying degree of entanglement… 

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