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Transformations of entangled mixed states of two qubits
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Alkuş, Ümit
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In this thesis, the entangled mixed states of two qubits are considered. In the case where the matrix rank of the corresponding density matrix is 2, such a state can be purified to a pure state of 3 qubits. By utilizing this representation, the classification of such states of two qubits by stochastic local operations assisted by classical communication (SLOCC) is obtained. Also for such states, the optimal ensemble that appears in the computation of the concurrence and entanglement of formation is obtained.
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Quantum theory.
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Quantum teleportation.
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https://hdl.handle.net/11511/22536
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Ü. Alkuş, “Transformations of entangled mixed states of two qubits,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2013.