José Luis Cereceda

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Relativistic causality, namely, the impossibility of signaling at superluminal speeds, restricts the kinds of correlations which can occur between different parts of a composite physical system. Here we establish the basic restrictions which relativistic causality imposes on the joint probabilities involved in an experiment of the(More)
We consider a situation in which two parties, Alice and Bob, share a 3-qubit system coupled in an initial maximally entangled, GHZ state. By manipulating locally two of the qubits, Alice can prepare any one of the eight 3-qubit GHZ states. Thus the sending of Alice’s two qubits to Bob, entails 3 bits of classical information which can be recovered by Bob by(More)
By using an alternative, equivalent form of the CHSH inequality and making extensive use of the experimentally testable property of physical locality we determine the 64 different Bell-type inequalities (each one involving four joint probabilities) into which Hardy’s nonlocality theorem can be cast. This allows one to identify all the two-qubit correlations(More)