Self-testing of Pauli observables for device-independent entanglement certification

  title={Self-testing of Pauli observables for device-independent entanglement certification},
  author={Joseph Bowles and Ivan vSupi'c and Daniel Cavalcanti and Antonio Ac'in},
  journal={Physical Review A},
We present self-testing protocols to certify the presence of tensor products of Pauli measurements on maximally entangled states of local dimension $2^n$ for $n\in\mathbb{N}$. This provides self-tests of sets of informationally complete measurements in arbitrarily high dimension. We then show that this can be used for the device-independent certification of the entanglement of all bipartite entangled states by exploiting a connection to measurement device-independent entanglement witnesses and… 

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