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Negativity as an Estimator of Entanglement Dimension

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Eltschka, Christopher ; Siewert, Jens
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Among all entanglement measures negativity arguably is the best known and most popular tool to quantify bipartite quantum correlations. It is easily computed for arbitrary states of a composite system and can therefore be applied to discuss entanglement in an ample variety of situations. However, as opposed to logarithmic negativity, its direct physical meaning has not been pointed out yet. We ...


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