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Recently many schemes for the ECPs and the EPs are implemented for different states such as Bennet et al. [EP] implemented ECP for bell state, Sheng et al. [Sheng-1] impemented ECP for maximally entangled Bell state, Sheng et al. [Sheng-2] impemented ECP for arbitrary W state, Bose et al. [S. Bose ] impemented ECP based on entanglement swapping (needs collective Bell state measurement) for maximally entangled Bell state, Chaudhury and Dhara have implemented ECP for GHZ [Dhara GHZ state] and Cluster state [Dhara Cluster state], Zhou et al. [NOON] for NOON states etc. But we are interested in entanglement concentration for Cat state and GHZ-like state using non-maximally entangled Bell state via a special kind of circuit through which the scheme for the construction of pure maximally entangled state is proposed.
Interestingly, up to date different techniques/strategies have been used for realization of the protocols of entanglement concentration (ECPs) and entanglement purification (EPs) or distillation, such as linear optics (use of PBSs), cross-Kerr-nonlinearities (use of QNDs), purification via entanglement swapping, unitary transformation [unitarytranx] and quantum electrodynamics (QED) techniques [QED] etc.
Rest of the paper is organized as follows: In Section [sec:Entanglement-concentration-protocols] our scheme is presented for Cat state and GHZ-like state with their respective circuits, Section [sec:Efficiency] efficiency part is discussed and finally the paper is concluded in Section [sec:Conclusion].
Physica A 337 (2004) 141 – 148=>Vedral et al. proposed the three
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Entanglement purification deals with mixed entangled states, distilling a subsetsystem with high fidelity entanglement from a mixed entangled ensemble [13–24], while entanglement concentration is used to extract the maximally entangled state from a partially entangled pure state. Though entanglement purification can be used to purify mixed states, entanglement concentration is of interest in its own rights. As entanglement concentration protocols (ECPs) provide us a way to generate maximally entangled states, while entanglement purification protocols (EPPs) only generate highlye ntangled states by consuming more than half the quantum resource in each round.
PhysicaB404(2009)1917–1919=> The main idea of entanglement purification is that one obtains comparatively few entangled pairs, the entanglement of which will be enhanced, from many nonmaximally entangled pairs by local operations and classical communication (LOCC).
Dhara=>Entanglement concentration is helpful for decoherence of entanglement which arises from the storage process or the imperfect entanglement source.