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Why standard entanglement theory is inappropriate for the study of Bell scenarios

@article{Schmid2020WhySE,
  title={Why standard entanglement theory is inappropriate for the study of Bell scenarios},
  author={David Schmid and T. Fraser and Ravi Kunjwal and A. B. Sainz and Elie Wolfe and R. Spekkens},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
  year={2020}
}
A standard approach to quantifying resources is to determine which operations on the resources are freely available and to deduce the ordering relation among the resources that these operations induce. If the resource of interest is the nonclassicality of the correlations embodied in a quantum state, that is, entanglement, then it is typically presumed that the appropriate choice of free operations is local operations and classical communication (LOCC). We here argue that, in spite of the near… Expand

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