Questions tagged [bell-experiment]

For questions on Bell test experiments or Bell's inequality experiments, including but not limited to the CHSH and CH74. Should usually be accompanied by the [quantum-information] tag.

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Does the CHSH inequality fully characterise the local polytope?

Consider the standard two-party CHSH scenario. Each party can perform one of two measurements (denoted with $x,y\in\{0,1\}$) and observe one of two outcomes (denoted with $a,b\in\{0,1\}$). Let $P(ab|...
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Are there Bell-like violations that can be observed without collecting statistics?

Observing the violation of Bell inequalities, be it in their original formulation, or in the nowadays more commonly used CHSH formulation, involves computing averages of specific experimentally ...
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Find the Bell States of A and B in the following scenario

Let A has quantum memories $M_1$ and $M_2$ and B has quantum memories $M_3$ and $M_4$ capable of holding one qubit. 2 Bell states are shared among A & B in the following way: First Bell state $|...
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given an EPR pair, how do I calculate expectation value?

given A and B share EPR pairs $ (|00⟩+|11⟩)/√2$ both are free to measure their own qubit with the following measurement settings A measures with $[ |0⟩, |1⟩ ]$ B measures with $[ sin(3π/8)|0⟩ + cos(...
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Projecting $\lvert ++ \rangle$ on Bell Basis

I understand that, projecting $\lvert 00\rangle$ on the Bell states would produce $\lvert\Phi^+\rangle$. Because, $$ CNOT(H\lvert0\rangle \otimes \lvert0\rangle) = \frac{1}{\sqrt{2}}(\lvert00\rangle +...
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Bell State 11 not working for parity curve

I am currently writing a script to automate the creation of parity curves for a 2 qubit bell state and then calculate fidelity and proving entanglement from that (inspired by this paper). It was going ...
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Simultaneous eigenstate of commuting observables and their tensor product

So this is about something from Preskill's notes on Quantum Computation and Information, Chapter 4, page 3. Imagine we have a maximally entangled state (Bell state). We can identify the Bell state by ...
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How to measure a Bell inequality violation in IBM Q?

Note: Cross-posted on Physics SE. I made some circuit to prepare a 2 qubit state, but I am having trouble understanding how to measure Bell's inequality. I know the inequality is of the form $$|E(a,...
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How is Bell’s Inequality converted to the CHSH inequality?

Bell’s inequality is $$S = P(a,b)-P(a,d)+P(c,b)+P(c,d) \leq 2,$$ which is calculated as $$S = ab – ad + cb + cd \leq 2.$$ The CHSH version is: $$E = \frac{N_{11} + N_{00} - N_{10} -N_{01}} {N_{11} + ...
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Why is $P(1,2)_{\text{same}} = \frac{1}{4}$ and not $\frac{1}{2}$ in Preskill's Bell experiment?

Context: Three coins on the table. Each is either heads or tails. You can uncover any one of the three coins, revealing whether it is heads or tails but then you choose two the other two coins ...
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Determining whether $P(ab|xy)$ factorizes in Bell experiments

Continuing from my previous (1, 2) questions on Brunner et al.'s paper on Bell nonlocality. Again, we have the following standard Bell experiment setup: where independent inputs $x,y \in \{0, 1\}$ ...
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Definition of locality in Bell experiments

Continuing from my previous question on Brunner et al.'s paper; so given a standard Bell experimental setup: where independent inputs $x,y \in \{0, 1\}$ decide the measurement performed by Alice &...
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Bell Inequality violations at large distances

Could anyone point to some references examining Bell inequality violations at large distances please? I see many times, in pop science articles and research literature alike, that the quantum ...
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How would a Quantum Computer (network) perform loophole-free Bell tests?

In a simple form, Bell's theorem states that: No physical theory of local hidden variables can ever reproduce all of the predictions of quantum mechanics. Bell developed a series of inequalities ...