We emphasize the difficulties of an experiment that can definitely discriminate between local realistic hidden-variables theories and quantum mechanics using the Bell CHSH inequalities and a real measurement apparatus. In particular, we analyze some examples in which the noise in real instruments can alter the experimental results, and the nontrivial problem to find a real "fair sample" of particles to test the inequalities.

Some Remarks on Bell’s Inequality Tests

Feoli A;Rampone S
2003

Abstract

We emphasize the difficulties of an experiment that can definitely discriminate between local realistic hidden-variables theories and quantum mechanics using the Bell CHSH inequalities and a real measurement apparatus. In particular, we analyze some examples in which the noise in real instruments can alter the experimental results, and the nontrivial problem to find a real "fair sample" of particles to test the inequalities.
Entanglement and quantum nonlocality
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Utilizza questo identificativo per citare o creare un link a questo documento: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12070/2007
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