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I am a postdoctoral student working on the geometry of entangled states and quantum information. I am trying to learn quantum stochastic calculus as well.


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comment Physical significance of Williamson parameters
Thank you for your answer, in particular for the last point. Of course, the entropy of the state comes in terms of the Williamson parameters. It is also suggested in your point 2 c. I am still looking, whether there is some more interesting physics hiding behind those parameters.
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minor typos from my side...
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comment On Bell inequality and bound entangled states
@Trimok thanks a lot for the reference. i missed this paper. do you know the status of the bipartite case (of the above problem)? i could not find it out by tracking the citations of various papers on that problem.
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