# Bipartite

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A tensor product space is said to be **bipartite** (as opposed to multipartite) if it is the tensor product of exactly two vector spaces. Equivalently, a quantum system is said to be bipartite if it is shared between two parties, typically called Alice and Bob.

For example, \(\mathbb{C}^m \otimes \mathbb{C}^n\) is bipartite.

## External links

- Bipartite at Quantiki