QETLAB

QETLAB (Quantum Entanglement Theory LABoratory) is a MATLAB toolbox for exploring quantum entanglement theory. While there are many quantum information theory toolboxes that allow the user to perform basic operations such as the partial transposition, new tests are constantly discovered. The goal of QETLAB is to remain up-to-date and contain an ever-growing catalogue of separability criteria, positive maps, and related functions of interest. Furthermore, QETLAB is designed to work well both with full matrices and with large sparse matrices, and makes use of many advanced techniques based on semidefinite programming.


References in zbMATH (referenced in 34 articles , 1 standard article )

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  1. Di Martino, Sara; Facchi, Paolo; Florio, Giuseppe: Feynman graphs and the large dimensional limit of multipartite entanglement (2018)
  2. Han, Yi-Fan; Zhang, Gui-Jun; Yong, Xin-Lei; Xu, Ling-Shan; Tao, Yuan-Hong: Mutually unbiased special entangled bases with Schmidt number 2 in $\mathbb C^3 \otimes \mathbb C^4k$ (2018)
  3. Shen, Shu-Qian; Li, Ming; Li-Jost, Xianqing; Fei, Shao-Ming: Improved separability criteria via some classes of measurements (2018)
  4. Boyer, Michel; Brodutch, Aharon; Mor, Tal: Extrapolated quantum states, void states and a huge novel class of distillable entangled states (2017)
  5. Cariello, D.: A gap for PPT entanglement (2017)
  6. Gour, Gilad; Kemp, Todd: The minimum Rényi entropy output of a quantum channel is locally additive (2017)
  7. Puzzuoli, Daniel; Watrous, John: Ancilla dimension in quantum channel discrimination (2017)
  8. Xu, Guang-Bao; Wen, Qiao-Yan; Gao, Fei; Qin, Su-Juan; Zuo, Hui-Juan: Local indistinguishability of multipartite orthogonal product bases (2017)
  9. Yang, Jing; Huang, Yanxia: Tripartite and bipartite quantum correlations in the XXZ spin chain with three-site interaction (2017)
  10. Zhao, Hui; Guo, Sha; Jing, Naihuan; Fei, Shaoming: Construction of bound entangled states based on permutation operators (2016)
  11. Chen, Jianxin; Johnston, Nathaniel: The minimum size of unextendible product bases in the bipartite case (and some multipartite cases) (2015)
  12. Guo, Yu; Jia, Yanping; Li, Xiulan: Multipartite unextendible entangled basis (2015)
  13. Shirokov, M. E.; Shulman, Tatiana: On superactivation of zero-error capacities and reversibility of a quantum channel (2015)
  14. Tao, Yuan-Hong; Nan, Hua; Zhang, Jun; Fei, Shao-Ming: Mutually unbiased maximally entangled bases in $\mathbb C^d\otimes\mathbb C^kd$ (2015)
  15. Zhang, Jun; Tao, Yuan-Hong; Nan, Hua; Fei, Shao-Ming: Construction of mutually unbiased bases in $\mathbb C^d\otimes\mathbb C^2^ld'$ (2015)
  16. Zhang, Zhi-Chao; Gao, Fei; Qin, Su-Juan; Zuo, Hui-Juan; Wen, Qiao-Yan: Local distinguishability of maximally entangled states in canonical form (2015)
  17. Chitambar, Eric; Leung, Debbie; Mančinska, Laura; Ozols, Maris; Winter, Andreas: Everything you always wanted to know about LOCC (but were afraid to ask) (2014)
  18. Zhang, Zhi-Chao; Wen, Qiao-Yan; Gao, Fei; Tian, Guo-Jing; Cao, Tian-Qing: One-way LOCC indistinguishability of maximally entangled states (2014)
  19. Chen, Lin; Djoković, Dragomir Ž.: Properties and construction of extreme bipartite states having positive partial transpose (2013)
  20. Childs, Andrew M.; Leung, Debbie; Mančinska, Laura; Ozols, Maris: A framework for bounding nonlocality of state discrimination (2013)

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