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An entangled web of crime: Bell’s theorem as a short story
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Image of Fig. 1.
Fig. 1.

Mr. Doyle’s map of the Isosceles wing of the Museum for Semi-Classical Art, with the positions of the four guards (marked by the numbered circles), and the passage of the robbers A, B, and C through the gallery as recorded by the infra-red security cameras.

Tables

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Table I.

Each of the guards saw either the back or the front of each of the robbers. Mr. Doyle’s table shows which of the two it was for each guard and each robber.

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2014-04-23
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