# Revisiting the admissibility of non-contextual hidden variable models in quantum mechanics

@article{Arora2016RevisitingTA, title={Revisiting the admissibility of non-contextual hidden variable models in quantum mechanics}, author={A. S. Arora and Kishor Bharti and Arvind}, journal={Physics Letters A}, year={2016}, volume={383}, pages={833-837} }

Abstract We construct a non-contextual hidden variable model consistent with all the kinematic predictions of quantum mechanics (QM). The famous Bell–KS theorem shows that non-contextual models which satisfy a further reasonable restriction are inconsistent with QM. In our construction, we define a weaker variant of this restriction which captures its essence while still allowing a non-contextual description of QM. This is in contrast to the contextual hidden variable toy models, such as the… CONTINUE READING

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