The Effect of `Probability Skew' in Bell-test Experiments

27 Aug 2017  ·  Hodgson Dale ·

We consider typical experiments that use Bell-inequalities to test local-realist theories of quantum mechanics and gain insight into how certain results can be obtained. We see that results against local-realism arise from some `quantum skew' of the correlation between entangled qubit pairs... Furthermore, we find some conditions necessary for a conclusion against local-realism. Finally we show that the problem of `no-signalling' that arises in these experiments cannot be reduced to arbitrary experimental accuracy. read more

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Quantum Physics