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 aux-definitions:ghz-state [2018/05/22 14:56]plewandowska [Properties] aux-definitions:ghz-state [2018/10/08 09:00] (current)plewandowska [Definition] Both sides previous revision Previous revision 2018/10/08 09:00 plewandowska [Definition] 2018/05/22 14:56 plewandowska [Properties] 2014/02/04 02:09 lpawela [Properties] 2013/08/03 20:49 lpawela 2013/04/16 11:45 lpawela 2013/04/16 00:09 lpawela definitions:ghz-state renamed to aux-definitions:ghz-state2013/03/20 15:31 lpawela 2013/03/20 15:29 lpawela 2013/03/11 09:23 lpawela 2013/03/11 09:16 lpawela 2013/03/11 09:15 lpawela created 2018/10/08 09:00 plewandowska [Definition] 2018/05/22 14:56 plewandowska [Properties] 2014/02/04 02:09 lpawela [Properties] 2013/08/03 20:49 lpawela 2013/04/16 11:45 lpawela 2013/04/16 00:09 lpawela definitions:ghz-state renamed to aux-definitions:ghz-state2013/03/20 15:31 lpawela 2013/03/20 15:29 lpawela 2013/03/11 09:23 lpawela 2013/03/11 09:16 lpawela 2013/03/11 09:15 lpawela created Line 5: Line 5: ===== Definition ===== ===== Definition ===== - For a system of $N$ qubits the '''​GHZ state'''​ can be written as + For a system of $d$ qubits the '''​GHZ state'''​ can be written as  - \ket{\mathrm{GHZ}} = \frac{\ket{0}^{\otimes ​N} + \ket{1}^{\otimes ​N}}{\sqrt{2}}. + \ket{\mathrm{GHZ}} = \frac{\ket{0}^{\otimes ​d} + \ket{1}^{\otimes ​d}}{\sqrt{2}}.