Strength and typicality of nonlocality in multisetting and multipartite Bell scenarios

  title={Strength and typicality of nonlocality in multisetting and multipartite Bell scenarios},
  author={Anna de Rosier and Jacek A. Gruca and Fernando Parisio and Tam{\'a}s V{\'e}rtesi and Wiesław Laskowski},
  journal={Physical Review A},
In this work we investigate the probability of violation of local realism under random measurements in parallel with the strength of these violations as described by resistance to white noise admixture. We address multisetting Bell scenarios involving up to seven qubits. As a result, in the first part of this manuscript, we report statistical distributions of a quantity reciprocal to the critical visibility for various multipartite quantum states subjected to random measurements. The… 
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