Pearle’s Hidden-Variable Model Revisited

@article{Gill2020PearlesHM,
  title={Pearle’s Hidden-Variable Model Revisited},
  author={R. Gill},
  journal={Entropy},
  year={2020},
  volume={22}
}
  • R. Gill
  • Published 2020
  • Computer Science, Mathematics, Medicine, Physics
  • Entropy
  • Pearle (1970) gave an example of a local hidden variables model which exactly reproduced the singlet correlations of quantum theory, through the device of data-rejection: particles can fail to be detected in a way which depends on the hidden variables carried by the particles and on the measurement settings. If the experimenter computes correlations between measurement outcomes of particle pairs for which both particles are detected, he or she is actually looking at a subsample of particle… CONTINUE READING
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