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Experimental Data Does Not Violate Bell's Inequality for "Right Kolmogorov Space''

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American Institute of Physics
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  • We Show That Paradoxical Consequences Of Violations Of Bell'S Inequality Are Induced By The Use Of A
  • The Conventional Description (Due To Bell) Is Based On A Combination Of Statistical Data Collected F
  • In Fact
  • Such Data Consists Of Some Conditional Probabilities Which Only Partially Define A Probability Space
  • Ignoring This Conditioning Leads To Apparent Contradictions In The Classical Probabilistic Model (Du
  • We Show How To Make A Completely Consistent Probabilistic Model By Taking Into Account The Probabili
  • Our Model Matches Both The Experimental Data And Is Consistent With Classical Probability Theory

Abstract

Experimental Data Does Not Violate Bell's Inequality for "Right Kolmogorov Space'' - DTU Orbit (15/04/14) Experimental Data Does Not Violate Bell's Inequality for "Right Kolmogorov Space'' - DTU Orbit (15/04/14) Fischer P, Avis D, Hilbert A, Khrennikov A. Experimental Data Does Not Violate Bell's Inequality for "Right Kolmogorov Space''. In AIP Proceedings. American Institute of Physics. 2008.

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