Loophole-free Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen experiment via quantum steering

@inproceedings{Wittmann2012LoopholefreeEE,
  title={Loophole-free Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen experiment via quantum steering},
  author={Bernhard Wittmann and S. Ramelow and Fabian Steinlechner and N K Langford and Nicolas Brunner and Howard M. Wiseman and Rupert Ursin and Anton Zeilinger},
  year={2012}
}
Tests of the predictions of quantum mechanics for entangled systems have provided increasing evidence against local realistic theories. However, there remains the crucial challenge of simultaneously closing all major loopholes—the locality, freedom-of-choice and detection loopholes—in a single experiment. An important sub-class of local realistic theories can be tested with the concept of ‘steering’. The term ‘steering’ was introduced by Schrodinger in 1935 for the fact that entanglement would… CONTINUE READING

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