Emergence of quantum correlations from nonlocality swapping.

@article{Skrzypczyk2009EmergenceOQ,
  title={Emergence of quantum correlations from nonlocality swapping.},
  author={Paul Skrzypczyk and Nicolas Brunner and Sandu Popescu},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2009},
  volume={102 11},
  pages={
          110402
        }
}
By studying generalized nonsignaling theories, the hope is to find out what makes quantum mechanics so special. In the present Letter, we revisit the paradigmatic model of nonsignaling boxes and introduce the concept of a genuine box. This will allow us to present the first generalized nonsignaling model featuring quantumlike dynamics. In particular, we present the coupler, a device enabling nonlocality swapping, the analogue of quantum entanglement swapping, as well as teleportation… 

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