Quantifying Entanglement

@inproceedings{Vedral1997QuantifyingE,
  title={Quantifying Entanglement},
  author={Vlatko Vedral and Martin Bodo Plenio and Markus Rippin and P. L. Knight},
  year={1997}
}
We have witnessed great advances in quantum information theory in recent years. There are two distinct directions in which progress is currently being made: quantum computation and error correction on the one hand (for a short survey see [1,2]) and non–locality, Bell’s inequalities and purification on the other hand [3,4]. There has also been a number of papers relating the two (e.g. [5,6]). Our present work belongs to this second group. Recently it was realised that the CHSH (Clauser… 

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