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Testing a Bell Inequality with a Remote Quantum Processor

  title={Testing a Bell Inequality with a Remote Quantum Processor},
  author={Jed Brody and Robert Avram},
IBM Quantum offers free remote access to real quantum processors. One of the many experiments now accessible to all students is a test of Bell inequalities. This experiment introduces the rigorous mysteries that physicists have grappled with for a century. Using IBM Quantum to test Bell inequalities is not new. However, we are unaware of any single reference, appropriate for introductory students, that contains (1) the derivation of a Bell inequality, (2) the derivation of the corresponding… 

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