Tsirelson's Bound Prohibits Communication through a Disconnected Channel Academic Article uri icon

abstract

  • Why does nature only allow nonlocal correlations up to Tsirelson's bound and not beyond? We construct a channel whose input is statistically independent of its output, but through which communication is nevertheless possible if and only if Tsirelson's bound is violated. This provides a statistical justification for Tsirelson's bound on nonlocal correlations in a bipartite setting. View Full-Text Keywords:

publication date

  • February 27, 2018