Operational causality in spacetime

@article{Eckstein2020OperationalCI,
  title={Operational causality in spacetime},
  author={M. Eckstein and P. Horodecki and R. Horodecki and T. Miller},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2020},
  volume={101},
  pages={042128}
}
  • M. Eckstein, P. Horodecki, +1 author T. Miller
  • Published 2020
  • Physics, Mathematics
  • Physical Review A
  • The no-signalling principle preventing superluminal communication is a limiting paradigm for physical theories. Within the information-theoretic framework it is commonly understood in terms of admissible correlations in composite systems. Here we unveil its complementary incarnation --- the 'dynamical no-signalling principle' ---, which forbids superluminal signalling via measurements on simple physical objects (e.g. particles) evolving in time. We show that it imposes strong constraints on… CONTINUE READING
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