Emergence of local realism in fuzzy observations of correlated quantum systems

Foundations of Physics 22 (6):819-828 (1992)
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A pair of spin-j particles, prepared in a singlet state, move away from each other and are examined by two distant observers. If the latter are able to discriminate between the2j+1 values of a component ofJ, there are pairs of observables whose correlation strongly violates Bell's inequality, for arbitrarily large j. However, if neighboring values are lumped together because of limited instrumental resolution, the observable correlations tend to those predicted by classical mechanics



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