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Indistinguishability as nonlocality constraint.

ABSTRACT: A physical explanation for quantum bounds to nonlocality (Tsirelson's bound) is a fundamental problem in quantum theory, for it is known that no-signaling alone fails to reproduce this limit. Here, information indistinguishability is presented as the indistinguishability of qubits or more general bits, and it suggests an answer to the nonlocality conundrum, ultimately placing it as the origin to quantum limits. Indistinguishability is also connected to exclusivity principle, and it is shown that indistinguishability leads to quantum correlation bounds. This suggests indistinguishability be as fundamental as non-locality and relativistic causality for nonlocal realism.


PROVIDER: S-EPMC5904208 | BioStudies | 2018-01-01T00:00:00Z

REPOSITORIES: biostudies

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