We show that the computational model based on local fermionic modes in place of qubits does not satisfy local tomography and monogamy of entanglement, and has mixed states with maximal entanglement of formation. These features directly follow from the parity superselection rule. We generalize quantum superselection rules to general probabilistic theories as sets of linear constraints on the convex set of states. We then provide a link between the cardinality of the superselection rule and the degree of holism of the resulting theory.

Fermionic computation is non-local tomographic and violates monogamy of entanglement

D'ARIANO, GIACOMO;MANESSI, FRANCO;PERINOTTI, PAOLO;TOSINI, ALESSANDRO
2014-01-01

Abstract

We show that the computational model based on local fermionic modes in place of qubits does not satisfy local tomography and monogamy of entanglement, and has mixed states with maximal entanglement of formation. These features directly follow from the parity superselection rule. We generalize quantum superselection rules to general probabilistic theories as sets of linear constraints on the convex set of states. We then provide a link between the cardinality of the superselection rule and the degree of holism of the resulting theory.
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Utilizza questo identificativo per citare o creare un link a questo documento: https://hdl.handle.net/11571/981678
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