Quantum Physics


How Well Do Classically Produced Correlations Match Quantum Theory?

Authors: Colin Walker

A two-dimensional vector can be made from a constant signal component plus a randomly oriented noise component. This simple model can exploit detection and post-selection loopholes to produce Bell correlations within 0.01 of the theoretical cosine expected from quantum mechanics. The model is shown to be in accord with McEachern's hypothesis that quantum correlations are associated with processes which can provide only one bit of information per sample.

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[v1] 2017-01-26 12:29:22
[v2] 2017-02-06 17:28:19

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