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The minimal entanglement of bipartite decompositions as a witness of strong entanglement in a quantum system

Zenchuk, A. I.;
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  • Published: 30 May 2010
Abstract
We {characterize the multipartite entanglement in a quantum system by the quantity} which vanishes if only the quantum system may be decomposed into two weakly entangled subsystems, unlike measures of multipartite entanglement introduced before. We refer to this {quantity} as the minimal entanglement of bipartite decompositions (MEBD). Big MEBD means that the system may not be decomposed into two weakly entangled subsystems. MEBD allows one to define, for instance, whether the given quantum system may be a candidate for a quantum register, where the above decomposition is undesirable. A method of lower estimation of MEBD is represented. Examples of big MEBD in s...
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