Are violations to temporal Bell inequalities there when somebody looks ?

  title={Are violations to temporal Bell inequalities there when somebody looks ?},
  author={Tommaso Calarco and Michele Cini and Roberto Onofrio},
– The possibility of observing violations of temporal Bell inequalities, originally proposed by Leggett and Garg as a mean of testing the quantum mechanical delocalization of suitably chosen macroscopic bodies, is discussed by taking into account the effect of the measurement process. A general criterion quantifying this possibility is defined and shown not to be fulfilled by the various experimental configurations proposed so far to test inequalities of different forms. Introduction. – The… CONTINUE READING


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