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Mathematics
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65
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267
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14

- Quantum mechanics
- Mathematical analysis
- Algebra

His main research concerns Quantum mechanics, Quantum entanglement, Quantum information, Pure mathematics and State. His studies in Quantum mechanics integrate themes in fields like Measure and Mathematical physics. When carried out as part of a general Quantum entanglement research project, his work on Squashed entanglement is frequently linked to work in Single oscillator, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.

Reinhard F. Werner combines subjects such as Basis and Qubit with his study of Quantum information. The concepts of his State study are interwoven with issues in Discrete mathematics, Quantum, Momentum and Position. His Entanglement witness research incorporates themes from Quantum state, EPR paradox and Peres–Horodecki criterion.

- Computable measure of entanglement (2800 citations)
- Quantum states with Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen correlations admitting a hidden-variable model (2699 citations)
- Evaluating capacities of bosonic Gaussian channels (411 citations)

His primary areas of investigation include Quantum mechanics, Pure mathematics, Quantum information, Observable and Quantum. His research in Quantum mechanics intersects with topics in Statistical physics and Mathematical physics. His Pure mathematics research includes themes of Quantum state, Linear combination and Cellular automaton.

His Observable study also includes fields such as

- Measurement uncertainty and related Metric and Momentum,
- State together with Mathematical analysis. His work on Quantum decoherence as part of general Quantum study is frequently linked to Fidelity, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His work on Squashed entanglement, Multipartite entanglement and Entanglement distillation as part of general Quantum entanglement research is frequently linked to Bipartite graph, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.

- Quantum mechanics (30.43%)
- Pure mathematics (21.74%)
- Quantum information (16.09%)

- Observable (15.65%)
- Measurement uncertainty (5.22%)
- Pure mathematics (21.74%)

His scientific interests lie mostly in Observable, Measurement uncertainty, Pure mathematics, Quantum mechanics and Quantum walk. The Observable study combines topics in areas such as Entropic uncertainty and Applied mathematics. His Measurement uncertainty study also includes

- Metric which intersects with area such as Variable, Simple, Translational symmetry and Conjugate variables,
- Probability distribution which is related to area like Function, Measure, Hilbert space and Expectation value,
- Operator, which have a strong connection to Angular momentum, POVM, Mean squared error and Content,
- Momentum and related Position.

The study incorporates disciplines such as Discrete mathematics, Wigner distribution function, Bounded function and Linear combination in addition to Pure mathematics. Much of his study explores Quantum mechanics relationship to Statistical physics. His Statistical physics study incorporates themes from Quantum entanglement, Quantum and Entanglement distillation.

- Colloquium : Quantum root-mean-square error and measurement uncertainty relations (141 citations)
- Implementation of continuous-variable quantum key distribution with composable and one-sided-device-independent security against coherent attacks (116 citations)
- Heisenberg uncertainty for qubit measurements (95 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Mathematical analysis
- Algebra

Reinhard F. Werner mainly investigates Measurement uncertainty, Quantum mechanics, Observable, Quantum information and Statistical physics. His research on Measurement uncertainty also deals with topics like

- Entropic uncertainty, which have a strong connection to Locally compact space, Metric, Fourier transform, Upper and lower bounds and Pure mathematics,
- Momentum which connect with Uncertainty principle, Bounded function, Degree, Mathematical physics and Qubit. His is involved in several facets of Quantum mechanics study, as is seen by his studies on Phase space and Quantum decoherence.

In his study, Connection, State, Quadratic equation, Generalization and Mathematical analysis is inextricably linked to Position, which falls within the broad field of Observable. Reinhard F. Werner has included themes like Independence and Quantum optics in his Quantum information study. Reinhard F. Werner has researched Statistical physics in several fields, including Operator, Quantum information science, Key and Probability distribution.

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Computable measure of entanglement

G. Vidal;R. F. Werner.

Physical Review A **(2002)**

4640 Citations

Computable measure of entanglement

G. Vidal;R. F. Werner.

Physical Review A **(2002)**

4640 Citations

Quantum states with Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen correlations admitting a hidden-variable model

Reinhard F. Werner.

Physical Review A **(1989)**

4536 Citations

Quantum states with Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen correlations admitting a hidden-variable model

Reinhard F. Werner.

Physical Review A **(1989)**

4536 Citations

OPTIMAL CLONING OF PURE STATES

R. F. Werner.

Physical Review A **(1998)**

670 Citations

OPTIMAL CLONING OF PURE STATES

R. F. Werner.

Physical Review A **(1998)**

670 Citations

All-multipartite Bell-correlation inequalities for two dichotomic observables per site

R. F. Werner;M. M. Wolf.

Physical Review A **(2001)**

621 Citations

All-multipartite Bell-correlation inequalities for two dichotomic observables per site

R. F. Werner;M. M. Wolf.

Physical Review A **(2001)**

621 Citations

Evaluating capacities of bosonic Gaussian channels

A. S. Holevo;R. F. Werner.

Physical Review A **(2001)**

565 Citations

Evaluating capacities of bosonic Gaussian channels

A. S. Holevo;R. F. Werner.

Physical Review A **(2001)**

565 Citations

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