Tripartite Entanglement Measures of Generalized GHZ State in Uniform Acceleration

Qian Dong, M. A. Mercado Sanchez, Guo Hua Sun, Mohamad Toutounji, Shi Hai Dong

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Using the single-mode approximation, we study entanglement measures including two independent quantities; i.e., negativity and von Neumann entropy for a tripartite generalized Greenberger-Horne-Zeilinger (GHZ) state in noninertial frames. Based on the calculated negativity, we study the whole entanglement measures named as the algebraic average π3 -tangle and geometric average Π3 -tangle. We find that the difference between them is very small or disappears with the increase of the number of accelerated qubits. The entanglement properties are discussed from one accelerated observer and others remaining stationary to all three accelerated observers. The results show that there will always exist entanglement, even if acceleration r arrives to infinity. The degree of entanglement for all 1-1 tangles are always equal to zero, but 1-2 tangles always decrease with the acceleration parameter r. We notice that the von Neumann entropy increases with the number of the accelerated observers and SκI ζI (κ, ζ ∈ (A, B, C)) first increases and then decreases with the acceleration parameter r. This implies that the subsystem ρκI ζI is first more disorder and then the disorder will be reduced as the acceleration parameter r increases. Moreover, it is found that the von Neumann entropies SABCI, SABICI and SAIBICI always decrease with the controllable angle θ, while the entropies of the bipartite subsystems S2-2non (two accelerated qubits), S2-1non (one accelerated qubit) and S2-0non (without accelerated qubit) first increase with the angle θ and then decrease with it.

Original languageEnglish
Article number100301
JournalChinese Physics Letters
Issue number10
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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  • General Physics and Astronomy


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