The tomographic method is employed to investigate the presence of quantum correlations in two classes of parameter-dependent states of two qutrits. The violation of some Bell’s inequalities in a wide domain of the parameter space is shown. A comparison between the tomographic approach and a recent method elaborated by Wu, Poulsen, and Mølmer shows the better adequacy of the former method with respect to the latter one.

Leggio, B., Vladimir I Man’ko, Margarita A Man’ko, & Messina, A. (2009). Tomographic approach to the violation of Bell’s inequalities for quantum states of two qutrits. PHYSICS LETTERS A, 373, 4101-4105 [10.1016/j.physleta.2009.09.022].

Tomographic approach to the violation of Bell’s inequalities for quantum states of two qutrits

MESSINA, Antonino;LEGGIO, Bruno
2009

Abstract

The tomographic method is employed to investigate the presence of quantum correlations in two classes of parameter-dependent states of two qutrits. The violation of some Bell’s inequalities in a wide domain of the parameter space is shown. A comparison between the tomographic approach and a recent method elaborated by Wu, Poulsen, and Mølmer shows the better adequacy of the former method with respect to the latter one.
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Leggio, B., Vladimir I Man’ko, Margarita A Man’ko, & Messina, A. (2009). Tomographic approach to the violation of Bell’s inequalities for quantum states of two qutrits. PHYSICS LETTERS A, 373, 4101-4105 [10.1016/j.physleta.2009.09.022].
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