2019
DOI: 10.1007/s11128-019-2223-8
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Abstract: The k-ME concurrence as a measure of multipartite entanglement (ME) unambiguously detects all k-nonseparable states in arbitrary dimensions, and satisfies many important properties of an entanglement measure. Negativity is a simple computable bipartite entanglement measure. Invariant and tangle are useful tools to study the properties of the quantum states. In this paper we mainly investigate the internal relations among the k-ME concurrence, negativity, polynomial invariants, and tangle. Strong links between…

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