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Entanglement and Nonlocality Without a Shared Frame

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Abstract

In many quantum information tasks, the basic scenario is one of two parties, Alice and Bob, who share an entangled state \( | \psi _{AB} \rangle \) originating from a source. Alice and Bob may wish to use this state to communicate securely (Sect.  1.4.2), violate a Bell inequality (Sect.  1.3.8), perform teleportation, tomography (Sect.  2.6), or to evaluate the degree of entanglement of the state (Sect.  1.3.7). Perhaps they are space-like separated, maybe they are in the same lab, perhaps \( | \psi _{AB} \rangle \) is a resource state in a quantum computer—we have already discussed many such scenarios.

Keywords

Entangle State Separable State Bell Inequality Polarization Rotation Werner State 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Imperial College LondonLondonUK

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