Proposed experiments of qutrit state-independent contextuality and two-qutrit contextuality-based nonlocality

@article{Cabello2012ProposedEO,
  title={Proposed experiments of qutrit state-independent contextuality and two-qutrit contextuality-based nonlocality},
  author={Ad{\'a}n Cabello and Elias Amselem and Kate Blanchfield and Mohamed Bourennane and Ingemar Bengtsson},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2012},
  volume={85},
  pages={032108}
}
Recent experiments have demonstrated ququart state-independent quantum contextuality and qutrit state-dependent quantum contextuality. So far, the most basic form of quantum contextuality pointed o ... 

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