Solving large-scale optimization problems related to Bell's Theorem

@article{Gondzio2014SolvingLO,
  title={Solving large-scale optimization problems related to Bell's Theorem},
  author={Jacek Gondzio and Jacek A. Gruca and J. A. Julian Hall and Wieslaw Laskowski and Marek Zukowski},
  journal={J. Computational Applied Mathematics},
  year={2014},
  volume={263},
  pages={392-404}
}
Impossibility of finding local realistic models for quantum correlations due to entanglement is an important fact in foundations of quantum physics, gaining now new applications in quantum information theory. We present an in-depth description of a method of testing the existence of such models, which involves two levels of optimization: a higher-level non-linear task and a lower-level linear programming (LP) task. The article compares the performances of the existing implementation of the… CONTINUE READING
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