Nonlocal quantum correlations under amplitude damping decoherence

@article{Pramanik2019NonlocalQC,
  title={Nonlocal quantum correlations under amplitude damping decoherence},
  author={T. Pramanik and Young-Wook Cho and Sang-Wook Han and Sang-Yun Lee and Sung Moon and Yong-Su Kim},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2019}
}
Different nonlocal quantum correlations of entanglement, steering and Bell nonlocality are defined with the help of local hidden state (LHS) and local hidden variable (LHV) models. Considering their unique roles in quantum information processing, it is of importance to understand the individual nonlocal quantum correlation as well as their relationship. Here, we investigate the effects of amplitude damping decoherence on different nonlocal quantum correlations. In particular, we have… 

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