Obtaining tight bounds on higher-order interferences with a 5-path interferometer

@article{Kauten2015ObtainingTB,
  title={Obtaining tight bounds on higher-order interferences with a 5-path interferometer},
  author={T. Kauten and R. Keil and T. Kaufmann and B. Pressl and vCaslav Brukner and G. Weihs},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
  year={2015}
}
Within the established theoretical framework of quantum mechanics, interference always occurs between pairs of trajectories. Higher order interferences with multiple constituents are, however, excluded by Born's rule and can only exist in generalized probabilistic theories. Thus, high-precision experiments searching for such higher order interferences are a powerful method to distinguish between quantum mechanics and more general theories. Here, we perform such a test in optical multi-path… Expand
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