Non-local setting and outcome information for violation of Bell's inequality

  title={Non-local setting and outcome information for violation of Bell's inequality},
  author={M. Pawlowski and J. Kofler and T. Paterek and M. Seevinck and {\vC}. Brukner},
  journal={New Journal of Physics},
  • M. Pawlowski, J. Kofler, +2 authors Č. Brukner
  • Published 2010
  • Physics
  • New Journal of Physics
  • Bell's theorem is a no-go theorem stating that quantum mechanics cannot be reproduced by a physical theory based on realism, freedom to choose experimental settings and two locality conditions: setting (SI) and outcome (OI) independence. We provide a novel analysis of what it takes to violate Bell's inequality within the framework in which both realism and freedom of choice are assumed, by showing that it is impossible to model a violation without having information in one laboratory about both… CONTINUE READING
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