Monthly Archives: June 2020

Meaningful Bell inequalities part 2: examples

Here I’ll show examples of the meaningful Bell inequalities I talked about in the previous post, where they are rephrased as nonlocal games and the gap between the local bound and the Tsirelson bound is made as large as possible. … Continue reading

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Meaningful Bell inequalities

Since I’ve started learning about Bell inequalities, it always bothered me that they are usually present as just some linear combinations of conditional probabilities, without any physical interpretation besides the fundamental fact that the maximal value this linear combination can … Continue reading

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The Choi-Jamiołkowski isomorphism: you’re doing it right

Yes, you are. There’s nothing to worry about. I’m just writing this blog post because there are some people trying to convince you otherwise, and I don’t want you to get trolled by them. First of all, what is the … Continue reading

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