Measures and Applications of Quantum Correlations
by G. Adesso, T.R. Bromley, M. Cianciaruso
Publisher: arXiv 2016
Number of pages: 75
In this work we give an overview of the current quest for a proper understanding and characterisation of the frontier between classical and quantum correlations in composite states. We focus on various approaches to define and quantify general quantum correlations, based on different yet interlinked physical perspectives, and comment on the operational significance of the ensuing measures for quantum technology tasks such as information encoding, distribution, discrimination and metrology.
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