Robust semi-device-independent certification of all pure bipartite maximally entangled states via quantum steering

  title={Robust semi-device-independent certification of all pure bipartite maximally entangled states via quantum steering},
  author={Harshank Shrotriya and Kishor Bharti and Leong Chuan Kwek},
The idea of self-testing is to render guarantees concerning the inner workings of a device based on the measurement statistics. It is one of the most formidable quantum certification and benchmarking schemes. Recently it was shown in [Coladangelo et al. Nat. Commun. 8, 15485 (2017)] that all pure bipartite entangled states can be self tested in the device independent scenario by employing subspace methods introduced by [Yang et al. Phys. Rev. A 87, 050102(R) (2013)]. Here, we have adapted their… 

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