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# Probability and the Classical/Quantum Divide

@article{Kak2013ProbabilityAT, title={Probability and the Classical/Quantum Divide}, author={Subhash C. Kak}, journal={CoRR}, year={2013}, volume={abs/1309.2238} }

- Published 2013 in ArXiv

This paper considers the problem of distinguishing between classical and quantum domains in macroscopic phenomena using tests based on probability and it presents a condition on the ratios of the outcomes being the same (Ps) to being different (Pn). Given three events, Ps/Pn for the classical case, where there are no 3-way coincidences, is one-half whereas for the quantum state it is one-third. For non-maximally entangled objects ) 11 00 ( 1 1 2 + + = r r AA φ we find that so long as r < 5.83… CONTINUE READING

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