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Jensen Shannon divergence as a measure of the degree of entanglement

AuthorsMajtey, A. P.; Borras, A.; Casas, Montserrat ; Lamberti, P. W.; Plastino, A.
KeywordsHilbert space distances
Jensen Shannon divergence
Entanglement measures
Issue Date2008
PublisherWorld Scientific Publishing
CitationInternational Journal of Quantum Information (IJQI) 6(1): 715-720 (2008)
AbstractThe notion of distance in Hilbert space is relevant in many scenarios. In particular, distances between quantum states play a central role in quantum information theory. An appropriate measure of distance is the quantum Jensen Shannon divergence (QJSD) between quantum states. Here we study this distance as a geometrical measure of entanglement and apply it to different families of states.
DescriptionTexto completo: arXiv:0804.3662v1
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1142/S0219749908004006
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