- Conference date: 19–24 August 2008
- Location: Calgary (Canada)
The propensity for certain quantum system to consistently violate Bell inequalities—dubbed quantum nonlocality—has recently been found to be an information theoretic resource in quantum communication that is distinct from entanglement. Accordingly, a useful measurement of “how much” of this resource is present in a given system is needed. One candidate, the PR‐box (sometimes called a nonlocal machine), has been suggested as a possible benchmark, but one of the difficulties in using it has been to determine exactly what kinds of quantum systems are simulable by it. The present work is a first step towards a graph‐theoretic understanding of PR‐boxes that may prove useful in this endeavor.
- Information and communication theory
- Quantum communication
- Quantum entanglement
- Quantum information
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