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For questions about the nonclassical properties of quantum systems, that is, properties of quantum systems that are incompatible with classical physics. Nonclassicality is a more general notion than that of entanglement, and the term can be used to loosely refer to different notions, such as nonlocality, steerability, non-Gaussianity, and many more.

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In Wiseman et al. (2007), in the process of deriving necessary and sufficient conditions for the steerability of some classes of states, the authors show (lemma 1, page 3) how to construct an optimal …
asked Feb 12 '19 by glS
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I am trying to get a better understanding of what is the idea behind quantum contextuality. Quoting from the wikipedia page (emphasis mine): Quantum contextuality is a foundational concept in quan …
asked May 28 '19 by glS
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In Horodecki, Horodecki and Horodecki (1998), Mixed-state entanglement and distillation: is there a ``bound'' entanglement in nature?, the authors remark in the conclusions (beginning of pag. 4, empha …
asked Sep 10 '19 by glS