Quantum entanglement, supersymmetry, and the generalized Yang-Baxter equation.

@article{Padmanabhan2020QuantumES,
  title={Quantum entanglement, supersymmetry, and the generalized Yang-Baxter equation.},
  author={Pramod Padmanabhan and Fumihiko Sugino and Diego Trancanelli},
  journal={Quantum Information and Computation},
  year={2020}
}
Entangled states, such as the Bell and GHZ states, are generated from separable states using matrices known to satisfy the Yang-Baxter equation and its generalization. This remarkable fact hints at the possibility of using braiding operators as quantum entanglers, and is part of a larger speculated connection between topological and quantum entanglement. We push the analysis of this connection forward, by showing that supersymmetry algebras can be used to construct large families of solutions… 

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