# Questions tagged [entanglement-negativity]

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### What is the logarithmic Negativity of the Werner state? [closed]

What is the Logarithmic Negativity of the Werner state $$\rho_w = p|\Psi^-\rangle\langle\Psi^-|+\frac{1-p}{4}I_4$$ where $|\Psi^-\rangle = \frac{1}{\sqrt{2}}(|10\rangle-|01\rangle)$?
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### How do I calculate Logarithmic Negativity for the given bipartite state?

How can I calculate Logarithmic Negativity for the given state? $\rho = \frac{1}{2} |0\rangle \langle0| \otimes |+\rangle \langle+| +\frac{1}{2} |+\rangle \langle+| \otimes |1\rangle \langle1|$
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### In a bipartite system $AB$, why does the entanglement negativity $\mathcal{N}(\rho^{T_A})$ measure the entanglement between $A$ and $B$?

Consider a system composed of two subsystems $A$ and $B$ living in $\mathcal{H}=\mathcal{H}_A \otimes \mathcal{H}_B$. The density matrix of the system $AB$ is defined to be $\rho$. The entanglement ...
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### What is the deep physical reason behind the existence of bound entanglement? [closed]

In Quantum Information processing, we can extract entanglement from $n$-copies of a weakly entangled state to produce a fully or highly entangled states in $d$-dimensions, using the known distillation ...
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### Compute the negativity of maximally entangled bipartite states

The entanglement negativity $\mathcal N(\rho)$ of a (bipartite) state $\rho$ is defined as the absolute value of the sum of the negative eigenvalues of the partial transpose of a state, or ...
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### Why does the entanglement negativity equal (in magnitude) the sum of the negative eigenvalues?

The entanglement negativity, introduced in (Vidal and Werner 2002), is defined as $$\mathcal N(\rho) \equiv \frac{\|\rho^{T_B}\|_1-1}{2}.$$ It is mentioned there that this equals the sum of the ...
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