Quantum Physics


Reducing the Quantumness of Composite Quantum Systems to Two Classical Compositions

Authors: Elemér E Rosinger

A family of quantumness spaces is identified and precisely defined. They are spaces which characterize the difference between states given by classical compositions of systems, and on the other hand, states corresponding to their quantum compositions. Consequently, the quantum composition of systems is reduced to two classical compositions. A family of rankings is also defined for the respective family of quantumness.

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[v1] 25 Mar 2011

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