Genuine multipartite entanglement detection and lower bound of multipartite concurrence
Ming Li, Shao-Ming Fei, Xianqing Li-Jost, and Heng Fan
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Submission date: 20. Jan. 2016
published in: Physical review / A, 92 (2015) 6, art-no. 062338
DOI number (of the published article): 10.1103/PhysRevA.92.062338
PACS-Numbers: 03.67.-a, 02.20.Hj, 03.65.-w
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The problems of genuine multipartite entanglement detection and classification are challenging. We show that a multipartite quantum state is genuine multipartite entangled if the multipartite concurrence is larger than certain quantities given by the number and the dimension of the subsystems. This result also provides a classification of various genuine multipartite entanglement. Then, we present a lower bound of the multipartite concurrence in terms of bipartite concurrences. While various operational approaches are available for providing lower bounds of bipartite concurrences, our results give an effective operational way to detect and classify the genuine multipartite entanglement. As applications, the genuine multipartite entanglement of tripartite systems is analyzed in detail.