Gull’s Theorem Revisited

@article{Gill2022GullsTR,
  title={Gull’s Theorem Revisited},
  author={Richard David Gill},
  journal={Entropy},
  year={2022},
  volume={24}
}
  • R. Gill
  • Published 1 December 2020
  • Computer Science
  • Entropy
In 2016, Steve Gull has outlined has outlined a proof of Bell’s theorem using Fourier theory. Gull’s philosophy is that Bell’s theorem (or perhaps a key lemma in its proof) can be seen as a no-go theorem for a project in distributed computing with classical, not quantum, computers. We present his argument, correcting misprints and filling gaps. In his argument, there were two completely separated computers in the network. We need three in order to fill all the gaps in his proof: a third… 

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