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EPR-Bell realism as a part of logic

  title={EPR-Bell realism as a part of logic},
  author={I. Schmelzer},
  journal={arXiv: General Physics},
  • I. Schmelzer
  • Published 2017
  • Physics
  • arXiv: General Physics
  • If one identifies with EPR-Bell realism all that is necessary beyond Einstein causality to prove the Bell inequality, this reduces to the hypothesis that one can construct a space $\Lambda$ with a probability distribution $\rho(\lambda)$ and functions $A(a,b,\lambda)$, $B(a,b,\lambda)$ so that the formula \[E(AB|a,b) = \int A(a,b,\lambda)B(a,b,\lambda)\rho(\lambda) d\lambda\] defines the expectation value for the product $AB$ in dependence of the decisions $a,b$ of the experimenters. Given that… CONTINUE READING
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