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Is there a Majorana-like representation for singlet states?
I mean the Majorana representation of symmetric states, i.e., states of $n$ qubits invariant under a permutation of the qudits. See, for example, D. Markham, "Entanglement and symmetry in permutation ...
Sep 15 '11 at 0:00
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