Detecting entanglement and non-local correlations of many-body quantum states
Quantum correlations are fundamental for quantum information protocols and for our understanding of many-body quantum physics. The detection of these correlations in these systems is challenging because it requires the estimation of an exponentially growing amount of parameters. We present methods to alleviate this problem and discuss their application to physically relevant quantum states.
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