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Quantum non-locality Fundamentals and Applications in Quantum Information Science

ContributorsBrunner, Nicolas
Defense date2007-06-25
Abstract

This thesis is devoted to the study of quantum non-locality, in the framework of quantum information science. The research presented here includes both theoretical works on some fundamental concepts, such as the measurement process and quantum correlations, as well as some applications in modern quantum optics. As it is often the case in quantum information science, the joint study of fundamental notions and applications is very productive. While a better understanding of the fundamental concepts may lead to new applications, it happens also that applications shed new light on some fundamental notions...

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Keywords
  • Quantum non-locality
  • Entanglement
  • Bell inequalities
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BRUNNER, Nicolas. Quantum non-locality Fundamentals and Applications in Quantum Information Science. 2007. doi: 10.13097/archive-ouverte/unige:723
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