Information Causality in the Quantum and Post-Quantum Regime

@article{Ringbauer2014InformationCI,
  title={Information Causality in the Quantum and Post-Quantum Regime},
  author={Martin Ringbauer and Alessandro Fedrizzi and Dominic W. Berry and Andrew G. White},
  journal={Scientific Reports},
  year={2014},
  volume={4}
}
Quantum correlations can be stronger than anything achieved by classical systems, yet they are not reaching the limit imposed by relativity. The principle of information causality offers a possible explanation for why the world is quantum and why there appear to be no even stronger correlations. Generalizing the no-signaling condition it suggests that the amount of accessible information must not be larger than the amount of transmitted information. Here we study this principle experimentally… 
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