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Category Archives: CHSH
Pauli braiding
[7/9/17 Update: Following a suggestion by Oded Regev I upgraded Section 1 from “probabilistic functions” to “matrixvalued functions”. This hopefully makes it a more useful, and interesting, midpoint between the classical analysis of BLR and the nonabelian extension discussed afterwards. … Continue reading
Posted in CHSH, device independence, QPCP, Quantum, Uncategorized
Tagged entanglement, papers, selftest
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Entanglement and cryptography
A central tenet of quantum information theory is that by taking an operational approach to quantum mechanics (for which computational, cryptographic or informationtheoretic tasks does the use of quantum mechanics present an advantage?) one can not only achieve novel tasks, … Continue reading
Posted in CHSH, Entanglement reading group
Tagged bell inequalities, Bell inequality, cryptography, entanglement, reading group
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Tsirelson’s bound
Boris Tsirelson (or Cirel’son, or Цирельсон, or צְיךרלסון) is an Israeli (born Russian) mathematician currently at TelAviv university. Here is the picture from his Wikipedia entry: he has such an incredible stare, he irresistibly reminds me of Orson Welles (picture … Continue reading