Self-testing quantum systems of arbitrary local dimension with minimal number of measurements

@article{Sarkar2021SelftestingQS,
  title={Self-testing quantum systems of arbitrary local dimension with minimal number of measurements},
  author={Shubhayan Sarkar and Debashis Saha and J. Kaniewski and Remigiusz Augusiak},
  journal={npj Quantum Information},
  year={2021},
  volume={7},
  pages={1-5}
}
Bell nonlocality as a resource for device-independent certification schemes has been studied extensively in recent years. The strongest form of device-independent certification is referred to as self-testing, which given a device, certifies the promised quantum state as well as quantum measurements performed on it without any knowledge of the internal workings of the device. In spite of various results on self-testing protocols, it remains a highly nontrivial problem to propose a certification… 

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