Even though quantum correlations violate Bell's inequality, they satisfy weaker inequalities of a similar type. Some particular inequalities of this kind are proved here. The more general case of instruments located in different space-time regions is also discussed in some detail.
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Cirel'son, B.S. Quantum generalizations of Bell's inequality. Lett Math Phys 4, 93–100 (1980). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00417500
- Statistical Physic
- Group Theory
- Similar Type
- Quantum Correlation
- Weak Inequality