Probabilistic Inequalities And Upper Probabilities In Quantum Mechanical Entanglement

Manuscrito 33 (1):55-71 (2010)
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In this paper we analyze the existence of joint probabilities for the Bell-type and GHZ entangled states. We then propose the usage of nonmonotonic upper probabilities as a tool to derive consistent joint upper probabilities for the contextual hidden variables. Finally, we show that for the extreme example of no error, the GHZ state allows for the definition of a joint upper probability that is consistent with the strong correlations

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J. Acacio de Barros
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