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Necessary and sufficient condition for nonzero quantum discord.

- B. Dakić, V. Vedral, Č. Brukner
- PhysicsPhysical review letters
- 1 April 2010

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Quantum Theory and Beyond: Is Entanglement Special?

- B. Dakić, Č. Brukner
- Physics
- 3 November 2009

Quantum theory makes the most accurate empirical predictions and yet it lacks simple, comprehensible physical principles from which the theory can be uniquely derived. A broad class of probabilistic… Expand

The classical limit of a physical theory and the dimensionality of space

- B. Dakić, Č. Brukner
- Physics
- 15 July 2013

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Density cubes and higher-order interference theories

- B. Dakić, T. Paterek, Č. Brukner
- Physics
- 13 August 2013

Can quantum theory be seen as a special case of a more general probabilistic theory, as classical theory is a special case of the quantum one? We study here the class of generalized probabilistic… Expand

Quantum entanglement from random measurements

- Minh C. Tran, B. Dakić, F. Arnault, W. Laskowski, T. Paterek
- Physics
- 18 November 2014

We show that the expectation value of squared correlations measured along random local directions is an identifier of quantum entanglement in pure states which can be directly experimentally assessed… Expand

Quantum discord as resource for remote state preparation

- B. Dakić, Yannick Ole Lipp,
+8 authors P. Walther - Physics
- 7 March 2012

Quantum discord is the total non-classical correlation between two systems. This includes, but is not limited to, entanglement. Photonic experiments now demonstrate that separable states with… Expand

Single-copy entanglement detection

- Aleksandra Dimić, B. Dakić
- Physics
- 18 May 2017

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Mutually unbiased bases, orthogonal Latin squares, and hidden-variable models

- T. Paterek, B. Dakić, Č. Brukner
- Mathematics
- 14 April 2008

Mutually unbiased bases encapsulate the concept of complementarity - the impossibility of simultaneous knowledge of certain observables - in the formalism of quantum theory. Although this concept is… Expand

Quantum simulation of the wavefunction to probe frustrated Heisenberg spin systems

- Xiaosong Ma, B. Dakić, W. Naylor, A. Zeilinger, P. Walther
- Physics
- 24 August 2010

Quantum simulations, where one quantum system is used to emulate another, are starting to become experimentally feasible. Here, four-photon states are used to simulate spin tetramers, which are… Expand

Two-Way Communication with a Single Quantum Particle.

- F. Del Santo, B. Dakić
- PhysicsPhysical review letters
- 25 June 2017

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