Understanding quantum non‐locality through pseudo‐telepathy game
- Conference date: 6-12 March 2006
- Location: Kanpur (India)
Usually by quantum non‐locality we mean that quantum mechanics can not be replaced by local realistic theory. On the other hand this nonlocal feature of quantum mechanics can not be used for instantaneous communication and hence it respect Einstein’s special theory of relativity. But still it is not trivial as proved by various quantum information processing using entangled states. Recently there have been studies of hypothetical non‐local system again respecting no‐signalling which is beyond quantum mechanics. Here we study the power of such a hypothetical nonlocal box first suggested by Popescu et.al. in the context of recently suggested pseudo‐telepathy game constructed from a Kochen‐Specker set.
- Quantum mechanics
- Game theory
- General relativity
- Information and communication theory
- Quantum information processing
- Special relativity
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