We describe identical particles through their extrinsic physical properties and operationally with an operator of selective measure Mm. The operator Mm is formed through non-symmetrized tensor product of one-particle measurement operators, so that it does not commute with the permutation operator P. This operator of selective measure Mm is a local operation (LO) if it acts on physical systems of distinguishable particles, but when Mm acts on the Hilbert sub-space of a system with a constant number of indistinguishable particles this can generate entanglement in the system. We will call entanglement by measurement (EbM), this way of producing entanglement. In this framework, we show entangle production examples for systems of two fermions (or bosons) when the operator Mm has two-particle events that are not mutually exclusive.
|Número de artículo
|Journal of Physics: Conference Series
|Publicada - 2012
|Publicado de forma externa
|Advanced Many-Body and Statistical Methods in Mesoscopic Systems - Constanta, Rumanía
Duración: 27 jun. 2011 → 2 jul. 2011