Anomalous Postselection in the Hensen et al. Bell Test

@inproceedings{Graft2016AnomalousPI,
  title={Anomalous Postselection in the Hensen et al. Bell Test},
  author={Donald A. Graft},
  year={2016}
}
  • Donald A. Graft
  • Published 2016
  • Physics
  • It is shown that the data of the Hensen et al. Bell test experiment exhibits anomalous postselection that can fully account for the apparent violation of the CHSH inequality. A simulation of a local realist model implementing similar postselection is presented. The model produces an apparent violation of CHSH indistinguishable from that of the experiment. The experimental data also appears to violate no-signaling, and it is shown how postselection can produce an artifactual violation of no… CONTINUE READING

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