A local hidden-variable model for experimental tests of the GHZ puzzle

@inproceedings{Cour2016ALH,
  title={A local hidden-variable model for experimental tests of the GHZ puzzle},
  author={B. Cour},
  year={2016}
}
The Greenberger–Horne–Zeilinger (GHZ) puzzle has been used to study quantum nonlocality and provide an all-or-nothing, no-go theorem for local hidden-variable models. Recent experiments using coincident-detected entangled photons prepared in a three-particle GHZ state have been used to test quantum nonlocality, but fail to rule out local realism due to a reliance on the fair-sampling hypothesis and insufficient detection efficiency. This paper describes a physically motivated local hidden… Expand

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