Monday, August 5, 2013

1308.0477 (Rodrigo Gallego et al.)

Nonlocality in sequential correlation scenarios    [PDF]

Rodrigo Gallego, Lars Erik Würflinger, Rafael Chaves, Antonio Acín, Miguel Navascués
As first shown by Popescu [S. Popescu, Phys. Rev. Lett. 74, 2619 (1995)], some quantum states only reveal their nonlocality when subjected to a sequence of measurements while giving rise to local correlations in standard Bell tests. Motivated by this manifestation of "hidden nonlocality" we set out to develop a general framework for the study of nonlocality when sequences of measurements are performed. Similar to [R. Gallego et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 109, 070401 (2013)] our approach is operational, i.e. the task is to identify the set of allowed operations in sequential correlation scenarios and define nonlocality as the resource that cannot be created by these operations. This leads to a characterisation of sequential nonlocality that contains as particular cases standard nonlocality and hidden nonlocality.
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