Nicolas Gisin

You are browsing the search results for "Nicolas Gisin"

Weekly Papers on Quantum Foundations (42)

The process theory of causality: an overview   from  PhilSci-Archive: No conditions. Results ordered -Date Deposited. Sat Oct 15 2022 01:23:56 (6 hours) # 1. Otsuka, Jun and Saigo, Hayato (2022) The process theory of causality: an overview. [Preprint]   Send To > Keep unreadDelete Berry Phase from the Entanglement of Future and Past Light Cones: Detecting the Timelike Unruh Effect  … Read more →

Weekly Papers on Quantum Foundations (5)

Temporal binding: digging into animal minds through time perception 上午8:00 | Latest Results for Synthese Abstract Temporal binding is the phenomenon in which events related as cause and effect are perceived by humans to be closer in time than they actually are (Haggard et al. in Nat Neurosci 5(4):382–385, 2002, https://doi.org/10.1038/nn827). Despite the fact that temporal binding experiments with humans… Read more →

Weekly Papers on Quantum Foundations (2)

Quantum mechanics via quantum tomography. (arXiv:2110.05294v3 [quant-ph] UPDATED) 上午9:51 | Arnold Neumaier | quant-ph updates on arXiv.org Starting from a new basic principle inspired by quantum tomography rather than from Born’s rule, this paper gives an elementary, and self-contained deductive approach to quantum mechanics and quantum measurement. A suggestive notion for what constitutes a quantum detector and for the behavior… Read more →

Weekly Papers on Quantum Foundations (45)

Gravitational Decoherence: A Thematic Overview. (arXiv:2111.02462v1 [gr-qc]) 上午10:24 | Charis Anastopoulos, Bei-Lok Hu | quant-ph updates on arXiv.org Gravitational decoherence (GD) refers to the effects of gravity in actuating the classical appearance of a quantum system. Because the underlying processes involve issues in general relativity (GR), quantum field theory (QFT) and quantum information, GD has fundamental theoretical significance. There is… Read more →

Weekly Papers on Quantum Foundations (23)

Testing Bell inequalities in Higgs boson decays. (arXiv:2106.01377v1 [hep-ph]) 下午5:25 | Alan Barr | quant-ph updates on arXiv.org Higgs boson decays produce pairs of W bosons in a maximally entangled state, the spins of which can be expected to violate Bell inequalities. We show that the spin density matrix of the $W^\pm$ pair may be reconstructed experimentally from the directions… Read more →

Weekly Papers on Quantum Foundations (20)

Blind steering in no-signalling theories. (arXiv:2007.15502v3 [quant-ph] UPDATED) 上午9:44 | Emmanuel Zambrini Cruzeiro, Nicolas Gisin, Sandu Popescu | quant-ph updates on arXiv.org Steering is usually described as a quantum phenomenon. In this article, we show that steering is not restricted to quantum theory, it is also present in more general, no-signalling theories. We present two main results: first, we show… Read more →

Weekly Papers on Quantum Foundations (9)

Vacuum entanglement harvesting with a zero mode. (arXiv:2002.11790v1 [quant-ph]) 下午12:05 | Erickson Tjoa, Eduardo Martín-Martínez | quant-ph updates on arXiv.org We investigate vacuum entanglement harvesting in the presence of a zero mode. We show that, for a variety of detector models and couplings (namely, Unruh-DeWitt qubit and harmonic oscillator detectors, amplitude and derivative coupling), the results are strongly dependent on… Read more →

Weekly Papers on Quantum Foundations (1)

The Platonic solids and fundamental tests of quantum mechanics. (arXiv:2001.00188v1 [quant-ph]) 上午9:05 | Armin Tavakoli, Nicolas Gisin | quant-ph updates on arXiv.org The Platonic solids is the name traditionally given to the five regular convex polyhedra, namely the tetradron, the octahedron, the cube, the icosahedron and the dodecahedron. Perhaps strongly boosted by the towering historical influence of their namesake, these… Read more →

Weekly Papers on Quantum Foundations (15)

A new kind of cyclic universe. (arXiv:1904.08022v1 [gr-qc] CROSS LISTED)  hep-th updates on arXiv.org on 2019-4-20 12:59am GMT Authors: Anna Ijjas, Paul J. Steinhardt Combining intervals of ekpyrotic (ultra-slow) contraction with a (non-singular) classical bounce naturally leads to a novel cyclic theory of the universe in which the Hubble parameter, energy density and temperature oscillate periodically, but the scale factor grows by… Read more →

Weekly Papers on Quantum Foundations (49)

Non-locality in intrinsic topologically ordered systems  ScienceDirect Publication: Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B: Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics on 2018-12-08 7:55am GMT Publication date: Available online 7 December 2018 Source: Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B: Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics Author(s): Jonathan Bain Abstract Intrinsic topologically ordered… Read more →