Environment-Induced Entanglement for a Tripartite System in Non-Markovian Dissipation
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We show that entanglement between three two-level atoms can be generated if the three atoms interact with a common structured reservoir, but do not interact directly with each other. Comparing with the results in Markovian case, we find that much higher values of bipartite and tripartite entanglement can be obtained for an initially factorized state of the tripartite system. The maximal value of entanglement depends on the detuning and the strength of relative coupling between the atoms and the reservoir.
KeywordsEnvironment-induced entanglement Non-Markovian dissipation Tripartite entanglement
This work is supported by the Special Funds of the National Natural Science Foundation of China under Grant Nos. 11247207 and 11247032, and by Scientific Research Foundation of Jiangxi Provincial Education Department under Grants No. GJJ12355 and by Natural Science Foundation of Jiangxi under Grants No. 20122BAB212004.
During the review process, the author X. Xiao is funded by two projects which are highly related to this paper. One is “Research on the quantum information processing in non-markovian dissipative environment” funded by Scientific Research Foundation of Jiangxi Provincial Education Department under Grants No. GJJ13651. The other is “Non-Markovian entanglement dynamics of open quantum systems” funded by Natural Science Foundation of Jiangxi under Grants No. 20132BAB212008. We wish these two funds could be added in the acknowledgements. For simplicity, you can change “No. GJJ12355” and “No. 20122BAB212004” to “Nos. GJJ12355 and GJJ13651” and “Nos. 20122BAB212004 and 20132BAB212008”, respectively.
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