Exploring the Local Orthogonality Principle

@article{Sainz2014ExploringTL,
  title={Exploring the Local Orthogonality Principle},
  author={A. Sainz and T. Fritz and R. Augusiak and J. B. Brask and R. Chaves and A. Leverrier and A. Ac{\'i}n},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2014},
  volume={89},
  pages={032117}
}
  • A. Sainz, T. Fritz, +4 authors A. Acín
  • Published 2014
  • Physics
  • Physical Review A
  • Nonlocality is arguably one of the most fundamental and counterintuitive aspects of quantum theory. Nonlocal correlations could, however, be even more nonlocal than quantum theory allows, while still complying with basic physical principles such as no-signaling. So why is quantum mechanics not as nonlocal as it could be? Are there other physical or information-theoretic principles which prohibit this? So far, the proposed answers to this question have been only partially successful, partly… CONTINUE READING
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