Power symmetric matrices, unitary equivalence to transpose, partial transpose, entanglement, generalized Choi map, quantum dynamical semigroup.
Power symmetric stochastic matrices introduced by R. Sinkhorn (1981) and their generalization by R.B. Bapat, S.K. Jain and K. Manjunatha Prasad (1999) have been utilized to give positive block matrices with trace one possessing positive partial transpose, the so-called PPT states. Another method to construct such PPT states is given, it uses the form of a matrix unitarily equivalent to to its transpose obtained by S.R. Garcia and J.E. Tener (2012). Evolvement or suppression of separability or entanglement of various levels for a quantum dynamical semigroup of completely positive maps has been studied using Choi-Jamiolkowsky matrix of such maps and the famous Hordeckis criteria (1996). A Trichotomy Theorem has been proved, and examples have been given that depend mainly on generalized Choi maps and clearly distinguish the levels of entanglement breaking.
Singh, Ajit Iqbal.
"Role Of Partial Transpose And Generalized Choi Maps In Quantum Dynamical Semigroups Involving Separable And Entangled States",
Electronic Journal of Linear Algebra,
Volume 29, pp. 156-193.