In this paper, we mainly study the local distinguishability of mutually orthogonal maximally entangled states in canonical form. In $$d \otimes d$$ d ⊗ d , Nathanson (Phys Rev A 88:062316, 2013) presented a feasible necessary and sufficient condition for distinguishing the general bipartite quantum states by one-way local operations and classical communication (LOCC). However, for maximally entangled states in canonical form, it is still unknown how to more effectively judge whether there exists a state such that those unitary operators corresponding to those maximally entangled states are pairwise orthogonal. In this work, we exhibit one method which can be used to more effectively judge it. Furthermore, we construct some sets of maximally entangled states and can easily know that those states are not distinguished by one-way LOCC with the help of our new method.
Quantum Information Processing – Springer Journals
Published: Aug 15, 2015
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