Entanglement at finite temperature
Entanglement is a critical resource for a useful quantum computer. There is a not a consensus on whether large-scale entanglement is physically possible, and entanglement on mixed states at non-zero temperature is poorly understood. We discuss theoretical and computable bounds on how much entropy a quantum system can tolerate and still be useful for computation, and some directions for further exploration. This is not a research talk, but rather a review of interesting results.
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