Complementary contributions of indeterminism and signaling to quantum correlations
Simple quantitative measures of indeterminism and signaling, I and S, are defined for models of statistical correlations. It is shown that any such model satisfies a generalized Bell-type inequality, with tight upper bound B(I,S). This upper bound explicitly quantifies the complementary contributions required from indeterminism and signaling, for modeling any given violation of the standard Bell-Clauser-Horne-Shimony-Holt (Bell-CHSH) inequality. For example, all models of the maximum quantum...[Show more]
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