We define and study entanglement of continuous positive definite functions on products of compact groups. We formulate and prove an infinite-dimensional analog of the Horodecki Theorem, giving a necessary and sufficient criterion for separability of such functions. The resulting characterisation is given in terms of mappings of the space of continuous functions, preserving positive definiteness. A relation between the developed group-theoretical formalism and the conventional one, given in terms of density matrices, is established through the non-commutative Fourier analysis. It shows that the presented method plays the role of a "generating function" formalism for the theory of entanglement.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Statistical and Nonlinear Physics
- Mathematical Physics