Tuesday, June 25, 2013

1306.5330 (Sixia Yu et al.)

Tripartite entangled pure states are tripartite nonlocal    [PDF]

Sixia Yu, C. H. Oh
Nonlocal correlations as revealed by the violations to Bell inequalities are incompatible with local models without any nonlocal correlations. However some tripartite entangled states, e.g., symmetric pure states, exhibit a stronger nonlocality even incompatible with hybrid local/nonlocal models allowing nonlocal correlations between any two parties. Here we propose a three-particle Hardy-type test without inequality, as illustrated by a gedanken experiment, that is failed by all non-signaling local models while is passed by all tripartite entangled asymmetric pure states. Our result implies that every tripartite entangled state, regardless of the dimensions of the underlying Hilbert spaces, passes a Hardy-type test and therefore is genuine tripartite nonlocal. Maximal success probability and a generalization to multipartite cases of our test are also presented.
View original: http://arxiv.org/abs/1306.5330

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