Generalized nonlocality criteria under the correlation symmetry

  title={Generalized nonlocality criteria under the correlation symmetry},
  author={Wonmin Son and M. S. Kim},
  journal={Physical Review A},
The most general class of non-locality criteria for N-partite d-chotomic systems with k number of measurement settings is derived under the constraint of measurement symmetries. It is the complete characterisation of the multi-partite non-locality when the correlation is assumed to be symmetric under the choice of measurement settings. The generalized non-locality condition is obtained using the correlation functions, which are derived from Fourier analysis of probability spectrums. It is found… Expand
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