Bell's inequality violation due to misidentification of spatially non-stationary random processes

@article{Sica2003BellsIV,
  title={Bell's inequality violation due to misidentification of spatially non-stationary random processes},
  author={Louis Sica},
  journal={Journal of Modern Optics},
  year={2003},
  volume={50},
  pages={2465 - 2474}
}
  • L. Sica
  • Published 13 May 2003
  • Physics
  • Journal of Modern Optics
Abstract Correlations for the Bell gedankenexperiment are constructed using probabilities given by quantum mechanics, and non-local information. They satisfy Bell's inequality and exhibit spatial non-stationarity in angle. Correlations for three successive local spin measurements on one particle are computed as well. These correlations also exhibit non-stationarity, and satisfy the Bell inequality. In both cases, the mistaken assumption that the underlying process is wide-sense-stationary in… 

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