Entanglement Structure in Expanding Universes
AbstractWe investigate entanglement of a quantum field in de Sitter spacetime using a particle detector model. By considering the entanglement between two comoving detectors interacting with a scalar field, it is possible to detect the entanglement of the scalar field by swapping it to detectors. For the massless minimal scalar field, we find that the entanglement between the detectors cannot be detected when their physical separation exceeds the Hubble horizon scale. This behavior supports the appearance of the classical nature of quantum fluctuations generated during the inflationary era. View Full-Text
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Nambu, Y. Entanglement Structure in Expanding Universes. Entropy 2013, 15, 1847-1874.
Nambu Y. Entanglement Structure in Expanding Universes. Entropy. 2013; 15(5):1847-1874.Chicago/Turabian Style
Nambu, Yasusada. 2013. "Entanglement Structure in Expanding Universes." Entropy 15, no. 5: 1847-1874.