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The experimental detection of multipartite entanglement usually requires a number of appropriately chosen local quantum measurements that are aligned with respect to a previously shared common reference frame. The latter, however, can be a challenging prerequisite, e.g., for satellite-based photonic quantum communication, making the development of alternative detection strategies desirable. One possibility for avoiding the distribution of classical reference frames is to perform a number of local measurements with settings distributed uniformly at random. In this Letter, we follow such a treatment and show that an improved detection and characterization of multipartite entanglement is possible by combining statistical moments of different order. To do so, we make use of designs that are pseudorandom processes allowing us to link the present entanglement criteria to ordinary reference frame independent ones. The strengths of our methods are illustrated in various cases, starting with two qubits and followed by more involved multipartite scenarios.
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