# Questions tagged [state-distillation]

Entanglement distillation is the transformation of N copies of an arbitrary entangled state into some number of approximately pure Bell pairs, using only local operations and classical communication (LOCC). (Wikipedia)

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### Good references to learn magic state distillation for fault tolerance

I need to learn magic state distillation procedure and their application to fault-tolerance. One of the original paper on this subject is the following: https://arxiv.org/pdf/quant-ph/0403025.pdf I am ...
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### Why does the entanglement entropy give the number of singlets required to create a given state?

I've read that, given a bipartite pure state $|\Phi\rangle$, its entanglement (equivalently here, von Neumann) entropy $E(\Phi)$ gives the asymptotic number of singlets required to create $n$ copies ...
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### What is the difference between "entanglement distillation" and "entanglement purification"?

To my understanding, entanglement distillations is transformation of several copies of weakly entangled states into fewer copies of more strongly entangled states using local operations and classical ...
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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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### What is the intuition behind the following entanglement distillation protocol for continuous variable systems?

The protocol is: We start with a supply of identically prepared bipartite non-Gaussian states. The overall protocol then amounts to an iteration of the following basic steps. The states will be mixed ...
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### Why is $\rho$ NPT if and only if $\rho^{\otimes N}$ is NPT?

In Horodecki et al. (1998), to prove that distillability implies having a negative partial transpose (being NPT). The authors use the fact that "a state $\rho$ is NPT if and only if $\rho^{\otimes N}$ ...
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### Geometric interpretation of 1-distillability

This is a sequel to Motivation for the definition of k-distillability Geometrical interpretation from the definition of 1-distillability The eigenstate $|\psi\rangle$ of the partially transposed $1$-...
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### How does magic state distillation overhead scale compare to quantum advantages?

I'm interested in the model of quantum computation by magic state injection, that is where we have access to the Clifford gates, a cheap supply of ancilla qubits in the computational basis, and a few ...
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