Minimal Assumption Derivation of a Bell-Type Inequality


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Gerd Graßhoff
Humboldt-University, Berlin
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John Bell showed that a big class of local hidden-variable models stands in conflict with quantum mechanics and experiment. Recently, there were suggestions that empirically adequate hidden-variable models might exist which presuppose a weaker notion of local causality. We will show that a Bell-type inequality can be derived also from these weaker assumptions
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