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A new proof of bell's theorem based on fourier series analysis

@inproceedings{Razmi2007ANP,
  title={A new proof of bell's theorem based on fourier series analysis},
  author={Habib Razmi},
  year={2007}
}
We want to prove Bell's theorem using Fourier series expansion analysis. Comparing to already known algebraic methods, this is a new calculus-based model. Although the notation and procedure we use here is based on the Clauser-Home model, the corresponding Fourier series method can be simply applied to different versions of Bell's theorem.. 

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