Certification of incompatible measurements using quantum steering

  title={Certification of incompatible measurements using quantum steering},
  author={Shubhayan Sarkar and Debashis Saha and Remigiusz Augusiak},
  journal={Quantum Information and Measurement VI 2021},
In recent years nonlocality has been extensively explored as a resource for self-testing—a deviceindependent way of certification of entangled quantum states and measurements performed on them. However, most of the efforts in designing self-testing schemes were concerned with entangled quantum states, leaving the problem of certification of quantum measurements largely unexplored. Here we address this problem, concentrating on a simpler, one-sided device-independent scenario. We propose a… 
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