Quantum Entanglement: Separability, Measure, Fidelity of Teleportation and Distillation
Ming Li, Shao-Ming Fei, and Xianqing Li-Jost
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Submission date: 16. Feb. 2010
published in: Advances in mathematical physics, 2010 (2010), art-no. 301072
DOI number (of the published article): 10.1155/2010/301072
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Quantum entanglement plays crucial roles in quantum information processing. Quantum entangled states have become the key ingredient in the rapidly expanding field of quantum information science. Although the nonclassical nature of entanglement has been recognized for many years, considerable efforts have been taken to understand and characterize its properties recently. In this review, we introduce some recent results in the theory of quantum entanglement. In particular separability criteria based on the Bloch representation, covariance matrix, normal form and entanglement witness; lower bounds, subadditivity property of concurrence and tangle; fully entangled fraction related to the optimal fidelity of quantum teleportation and entanglement distillation will be discussed in detail.