General properties of nonsignaling theories

Authors:L Masanes, A Acin, N Gisin
Journal:Physical Review A 73, 012112 (2006)
DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysREvA.73.012112
Abstract:This article identifies a series of properties common to all theories that do not allow for superluminal signaling and predict the violation of Bell inequalities. Intrinsic randomness, uncertainty due to the incompatibility of two observables, monogamy of correlations, impossibility of perfect cloning, privacy of correlations, bounds in the shareability of some states; all these phenomena are solely a consequence of the no-signaling principle and nonlocality. In particular, it is shown that for any distribution, the properties of (i) nonlocal, (ii) no arbitrarily shareable, and (iii) positive secrecy content are equivalent.
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@ARTICLE{Masanes2006,
  author = {Masanes, L. and Acin, A. and Gisin, N.},
  title = {General properties of nonsignaling theories},
  journal = {Physical Review A},
  year = {2006},
  volume = {73},
  pages = {012112},
  number = {1},
  abstract = {This article identifies a series of properties common to all theories
	that do not allow for superluminal signaling and predict the violation
	of Bell inequalities. Intrinsic randomness, uncertainty due to the
	incompatibility of two observables, monogamy of correlations, impossibility
	of perfect cloning, privacy of correlations, bounds in the shareability
	of some states; all these phenomena are solely a consequence of the
	no-signaling principle and nonlocality. In particular, it is shown
	that for any distribution, the properties of (i) nonlocal, (ii) no
	arbitrarily shareable, and (iii) positive secrecy content are equivalent.
	},
  doi = {10.1103/PhysREvA.73.012112},
  owner = {cc},
  sn = {1050-2947},
  timestamp = {2010.08.20},
  ut = {WOS:000235008900028}
}