The Bell Inequality Is Satisfied by Quantum Correlations Computed Consistently with Quantum Non-Commutation

@article{Sica2016TheBI,
  title={The Bell Inequality Is Satisfied by Quantum Correlations Computed Consistently with Quantum Non-Commutation},
  author={Louis Sica},
  journal={Journal of Modern Physics},
  year={2016},
  volume={07},
  pages={404-412}
}
  • L. Sica
  • Published 6 July 2015
  • Physics
  • Journal of Modern Physics
In constructing his theorem, Bell assumed that correlation functions among non-commuting variables are the same as those among commuting variables. However, in quantum mechanics, multiple data values exist simultaneously for commuting operations while for non-commuting operations data are conditional on prior outcomes, or may be predicted as alternative outcomes of the non-commuting operations. Given these qualitative differences, there is no reason why correlation functions among non-commuting… 

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