Wagner, Katherine; Janousek, Jiri; Armstrong, Seiji; Morizur, Jean-Francois; Lam, Ping Koy; Bachor, Hans
Continuous variable entanglement can be produced in nonlinear systems or via the interference of squeezed states. In many optical systems such as parametric down conversion, the production of two perfectly symmetric subsystems is usually assumed when demonstrating the existence of entanglement. This symmetry simplifies the description of entanglement. However, asymmetry in entanglement may arise naturally in a real experiment, or be intentionally introduced in a given quantum information...[Show more]
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