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Dimensions, lengths, and separability in finite-dimensional quantum systems
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Table I.

The dimensions of the sets of separable states of length at most r in d 1⊗⋯⊗d n system. The dimension increases with r and reaches the maximum value d 2 − 1 for r = l, the bound defined by Eq. (4) , and remains constant afterwards.

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Table II.

Lower bounds for the dimensions of the sets (r = 1, 2, …, d) of G-invariant real separable states ρ with L G (ρ) ⩽ r in MN systems with d = MN ⩽ 16.

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Scitation: Dimensions, lengths, and separability in finite-dimensional quantum systems
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