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Entanglement Entropy Of Nontrivial States
Published 1995 · Physics
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Abstract We study the entanglement entropy arising from coherent states and one-particle states. We show that it is possible to define a finite entanglement entropy by subtracting the vacuum entropy from that of the considered states, when the unobserved region is the same.