4.8 Article

Bell nonlocality

Journal

REVIEWS OF MODERN PHYSICS
Volume 86, Issue 2, Pages -

Publisher

AMER PHYSICAL SOC
DOI: 10.1103/RevModPhys.86.419

Keywords

-

Funding

  1. National Research Foundation
  2. Ministry of Education of Singapore
  3. UK EPSRC
  4. Swiss National Science Foundations [PP00P2_138917]
  5. EU CHISTERA Projects DIQIP and QCS
  6. FRS-FNRS Project DIQIP
  7. BrusselsCapital Region through a BB2B Grant

Ask authors/readers for more resources

Bell's 1964 theorem, which states that the predictions of quantum theory cannot be accounted for by any local theory, represents one of the most profound developments in the foundations of physics. In the last two decades, Bell's theorem has been a central theme of research from a variety of perspectives, mainly motivated by quantum information science, where the nonlocality of quantum theory underpins many of the advantages afforded by a quantum processing of information. The focus of this review is to a large extent oriented by these later developments. The main concepts and tools which have been developed to describe and study the nonlocality of quantum theory and which have raised this topic to the status of a full subfield of quantum information science are reviewed.

Authors

I am an author on this paper
Click your name to claim this paper and add it to your profile.

Reviews

Primary Rating

4.8
Not enough ratings

Secondary Ratings

Novelty
-
Significance
-
Scientific rigor
-
Rate this paper

Recommended

No Data Available
No Data Available