Questions tagged [contextuality]

For questions related to contextuality (a foundational concept in quantum mechanics) as relevant to quantum computing and/or quantum information. Contextuality means that in any theory that attempts to explain quantum mechanics deterministically, the measurement result of a quantum observable depends on the specific experimental setup being used to measure that observable, in particular, the commuting observables being measured with it. (Wikipedia)

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Are there any experimental groups currently measuring quantum contextuality?

I work as a theorist with my current research interests in "quantum contextuality". For those perusing the question, this is essentially a generalization of non-locality where we can show a quantum ...