# Relaxed Bell Inequalities with Arbitrary Measurement Dependence for Each Observer

@article{Friedman2018RelaxedBI, title={Relaxed Bell Inequalities with Arbitrary Measurement Dependence for Each Observer}, author={Andrew S. Friedman and Alan H. Guth and Michael J. W. Hall and David I. Kaiser and Jason Richard Gallicchio}, journal={Physical Review A}, year={2018}, volume={99} }

Bell's inequality was originally derived under the assumption that experimenters are free to select detector settings independently of any local "hidden variables" that might affect the outcomes of measurements on entangled particles. This assumption has come to be known as "measurement independence" (also referred to as "freedom of choice" or "settings independence"). For a two-setting, two-outcome Bell test, we derive modified Bell inequalities that relax measurement independence, for either… CONTINUE READING

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