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Proposed Experiment to Test Local Hidden Variable Theories.
A theorem of Bell, proving that certain predictions of quantum mechanics are inconsistent with the entire family of local hidden-variable theories, is generalized so as to apply to realizable
Experimental Consequences of Objective Local Theories
A broad class of theories, called "objective local theories," is defined, motivation for considering these theories is given, and experimental consequences of the class are investigated. An extension
Going Beyond Bell’s Theorem
Bell’s Theorem proved that one cannot in general reproduce the results of quantum theory with a classical, deterministic local model. However, Einstein originally considered the case where one could
Bell’s theorem without inequalities
It is demonstrated that the premisses of the Einstein–Podolsky–Rosen paper are inconsistent when applied to quantum systems consisting of at least three particles. The demonstration reveals that the
Realizable higher-dimensional two-particle entanglements via multiport beam splitters
Multiport beam splitters are shown to be applicable in feasible optical realizations of higher-dimensional EPR correlations, and of tests of local realism involving measurements of nondichotomic
Two-particle interferometry.
An exposition is given of the fundamental ideas of the recently opened field of two-particle interferometry, which employs spatially separated, quantum mechanically entangled two-particle states.
Two-particle interferometry
An exposition is given of the fundamental ideas of the recently opened field of two-particle interferometry, which employs spatially separated, quantum mechanically entangled two-particle states.
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