Cárdenas-López, Francisco A. Romero, Guillermo Lamata, Lucas Solano, Enrique Retamal, Juan Carlos

matter system. Under specific resonance conditions, our method generates, in a deterministic manner, product states of uncorrelated photon pairs, Bell states, and W states in different modes on the extended cavities. Furthermore, the numerical simulations show that the generation scheme exhibits a collective effect which decreases the generation ti...

Di Lena, Francesco Pepe, Francesco V. Garuccio, Augusto D’Angelo, Milena

Plenoptic imaging (PI) enables refocusing, depth-of-field (DOF) extension and 3D visualization, thanks to its ability to reconstruct the path of light rays from the lens to the image. However, in state-of-the-art plenoptic devices, these advantages come at the expenses of the image resolution, which is always well above the diffraction limit define...

Enríquez, Marco Delgado, Francisco Życzkowski, Karol

nyi-Ingarden-Urbanik entropy. Besides, the fidelity of a three-qubit random state with the closest state in each entanglement class is investigated. We also present a characterization of these classes in terms of the corresponding entanglement polytope. The entanglement classes related to stochastic local operations and classical communication (SLO...

López-Saldívar, Julio Alberto Castaños, Octavio Nahmad-Achar, Eduardo López-Peña, Ramón Man’ko, Margarita A. Man’ko, Vladimir I.

s squares for entangled states of two qubits are defined through the qutrit state, and the critical values of the sum of their areas are calculated. We always find an interval for the sum of the square areas, which provides the possibility for an experimental checkup of the entanglement of the system in terms of the probabilities.

Mastriani, Mario

Since his famous discussions with Niels Bohr, Albert Einstein considered quantum entanglement (QE) as a spooky action at a distance, due to the violation of locality necessary so that two entangled particles can share this effect in an instantaneous way despite of being at a great distance from each other, i.e., not being local. In other words, a n...

Mastriani, Mario

Since his famous discussions with Niels Bohr, Albert Einstein considered quantum entanglement (QE) as a spooky action at a distance, due to the violation of locality necessary so that two entangled particles can share this effect in an instantaneous way despite of being at a great distance from each other, i.e., not being local. In other words, a n...

Mastriani, Mario

Since his famous discussions with Niels Bohr, Albert Einstein considered quantum entanglement (QE) as a spooky action at a distance, due to the violation of locality necessary so that two entangled particles can share this effect in an instantaneous way despite of being at a great distance from each other, i.e., not being local. In other words, a n...

Mastriani, Mario

Since his famous discussions with Niels Bohr, Albert Einstein considered quantum entanglement (QE) as a spooky action at a distance, due to the violation of locality necessary so that two entangled particles can share this effect in an instantaneous way despite of being at a great distance from each other, i.e., not being local. In other words, a n...

ZEROUTA, ANISSE

Quantum physics has disturbed our conception of reality: matter has become all at once a wave and a corpuscle and can only be apprehended through observation. We now propose to show that the world we experience is not reality, but a projection amongst many of an unknown reality on a multitude of macroscopic and microscopic perforated screens. These...

ZEROUTA, ANISSE

Quantum physics has disturbed our conception of reality: matter has become all at once a wave and a corpuscle and can only be apprehended through observation. We now propose to show that the world we experience is not reality, but a projection amongst many of an unknown reality on a multitude of macroscopic and microscopic perforated screens. These...