In this paper, we investigate the dynamics of entanglement of three-qubit states of a system dissipating into a common environment. By using the tripartite negativity as entanglement measure, our results imply that the three-qubit entanglement can be generated among the three qubits which have no interaction with each other, but interact with the common environment independently. From our analysis, we find that the three-qubit entanglement increases from zero to a stable value which varies with the size of the system with the increasing of the scaled time. Additionally, the extension of the entanglement generation to an arbitrary size of a subsystem is made and some discussion is given.
Quantum Information Processing – Springer Journals
Published: Jun 25, 2014
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