Deriving quantum theory from its local structure and reversibility.

@article{delaTorre2012DerivingQT,
  title={Deriving quantum theory from its local structure and reversibility.},
  author={Gonzalo de la Torre and Lluis Masanes and Anthony J. Short and Markus P. M{\"u}ller},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2012},
  volume={109 9},
  pages={
          090403
        }
}
We investigate the class of physical theories with the same local structure as quantum theory but potentially different global structure. It has previously been shown that any bipartite correlations generated by such a theory can be simulated in quantum theory but that this does not hold for tripartite correlations. Here we explore whether imposing an additional constraint on this space of theories-that of dynamical reversibility-will allow us to recover the global quantum structure. In the… 
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