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Quantum nonlocality in two three-level systems
Acín dal Maschio, Antonio; Durt, T.; Gisin, N.; Latorre, José Ignacio
Universitat de Barcelona
Recently a new Bell inequality has been introduced by Collins et al. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 88, 040404 (2002)], which is strongly resistant to noise for maximally entangled states of two d-dimensional quantum systems. We prove that a larger violation, or equivalently a stronger resistance to noise, is found for a nonmaximally entangled state. It is shown that the resistance to noise is not a good measure of nonlocality and we introduce some other possible measures. The nonmaximally entangled state turns out to be more robust also for these alternative measures. From these results it follows that two von Neumann measurements per party may be not optimal for detecting nonlocality. For d=3,4, we point out some connections between this inequality and distillability. Indeed, we demonstrate that any state violating it, with the optimal von Neumann settings, is distillable.
2010-05-04
Teoria quàntica
Teoria de la informació
Quantum theory
Information theory
(c) The American Physical Society, 2002
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