Quantum steering of multimode Gaussian states by Gaussian measurements: monogamy relations and the Peres conjecture Academic Article uri icon

abstract

  • © 2015 IOP Publishing Ltd. It is a topic of fundamental and practical importance how a quantum correlated state can be reliably distributed through a noisy channel for quantum information processing. The concept of quantum steering recently defined in a rigorous manner is relevant to study it under certain circumstances and here we address quantum steerability of Gaussian states to this aim. In particular, we attempt to reformulate the criterion for Gaussian steering in terms of local and global purities and show that it is sufficient and necessary for the case of steering a 1-mode system by an N-mode system. It subsequently enables us to reinforce a strong monogamy relation under which only one party can steer a local system of 1-mode. Moreover, we show that only a negative partial-transpose state can manifest quantum steerability by Gaussian measurements in relation to the Peres conjecture. We also discuss our formulation for the case of distributing a two-mode squeezed state via one-way quantum channels making dissipation and amplification effects, respectively. Finally, we extend our approach to include non-Gaussian measurements, more precisely, all orders of higher-order squeezing measurements, and find that this broad set of non-Gaussian measurements is not useful to demonstrate steering for Gaussian states beyond Gaussian measurements.

published proceedings

  • Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical

altmetric score

  • 0.25

author list (cited authors)

  • Ji, S., Kim, M. S., & Nha, H

citation count

  • 30

complete list of authors

  • Ji, Se-Wan||Kim, MS||Nha, Hyunchul

publication date

  • March 2015