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Causal structure relations

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Bell’s theorem is a celebrated result showing that certain observed correlations cannot be generated within a particular causal structure. However, while the separation between classical and quantum correlations is well-understood in the Bell scenario, for other causal structures it is not. I will discuss the use of entropy vectors as a means to certify non-classicality, ultimately arguing that they are not well-suited to the task.

This talk is part of the CQIF Seminar series.

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