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Questions tagged [non-locality]

For questions about the observable phenomenon of correlations among distant observers being incompatible with classical explanations in the form of local hidden variable models. A common way to certify that a state allows observing this form of nonlocal correlations is the class of inequalities collectively referred to as Bell's inequalities. Other forms of nonlocality are possible, the phenomenon of "steering" being an example.

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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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Has anyone analyzed multi-round nonlocal games?

The traditional definition of a nonlocal game is restricted to having two players and one round (e.g., here), but it is natural to consider a more general class of games that may have more than two ...
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What is the relationship between the Toffoli gate and the Popescu-Rohrlich box?

Background The Toffoli gate is a 3-input, 3-output classical logic gate. It sends $(x, y, a)$ to $(x, y, a \oplus (x \cdot y))$. It is significant in that it is universal for reversible (classical) ...
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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 ...
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Is it true to say that one qubit in an entangled state can instantaneously affect all others?

When a qubit is measured, there is a ‘collapse of the wave-function’ as a result is randomly chosen. If the qubit is entangled with others, this collapse will also effect them. And the way it affects ...
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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 ...