Criteria for genuine N-partite continuous variable entanglement and Einstein-Podolsky_Rosen steering

28 Jan 2015  ·  Teh R. Y., Reid M. D. ·

Following previous work, we distinguish between genuine $N$-partite entanglement and full $N$-partite inseparability. Accordingly, we derive criteria to detect genuine multipartite entanglement using continuous variable (position and momentum) measurements... Our criteria are similar but different to those based on the van Loock-Furusawa inequalities, which detect full $N$-partite inseparability. We explain how the criteria can be used to detect the genuine $N$-partite entanglement of continuous variable states generated from squeezed and vacuum state inputs, including the continuous variable Greenberger-Horne-Zeilinger state, with explicit predictions for up to $N=9$$ $. This makes our work accessible to experiment. For $N=3$, we also present criteria for tripartite Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen (EPR) steering. These criteria provide a means to demonstrate a genuine three-party EPR paradox, in which any single party is steerable by the remaining two parties. read more

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