Quantum Kaleidoscopes and Bell's theorem

@inproceedings{PKAravind2005QuantumKA,
  title={Quantum Kaleidoscopes and Bell's theorem},
  author={P.K.Aravind},
  year={2005}
}
A quantum kaleidoscope is defined as a set of observables, or states, consisting of many different subsets that provide closely related proofs of the Bell-Kochen-Specker (BKS) and Bell nonlocality theorems. The kaleidoscopes prove the BKS theorem through a simple parity argument, which also doubles as a proof of Bell's nonlocality theorem if use is made of the right sort of entanglement. Three closely related kaleidoscopes are introduced and discussed in this paper: a 15-observable kaleidoscope… Expand
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