Quantum entanglement in one-dimensional anyons

  title={Quantum entanglement in one-dimensional anyons},
  author={H. S. Mani and Ramadas N. and V. V. Sreedhar},
  journal={Physical Review A},
Anyons in one spatial dimension can be defined by correctly identifying the configuration space of indistinguishable particles and imposing Robin boundary conditions. This allows an interpolation between the bosonic and fermionic limits. In this paper, we study the quantum entanglement between two one-dimensional anyons on a real line as a function of their statistics. 

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