Reliable experimental quantification of bipartite entanglement without reference frames

@article{Lawson2014ReliableEQ,
  title={Reliable experimental quantification of bipartite entanglement without reference frames},
  author={Thomas Lawson and Anna Pappa and Boris Bourdoncle and Iordanis Kerenidis and Damian Markham and Eleni Diamanti},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2014},
  volume={90},
  pages={042336}
}
Simply and reliably detecting and quantifying entanglement outside laboratory conditions will be essential for future quantum information technologies. Here we address this issue by proposing a method for generating expressions which can perform this task between two parties who do not share a common reference frame. These reference frame independent expressions only require simple local measurements, which allows us to experimentally test them using an off-the-shelf entangled photon source. We… Expand

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