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Trends in the developments quantum communications
Is a nondemolition measurement of the quantum state vector collapse of a remote localised system possible?
A. V. Belinsky
Faculty of Physics, Lomonosov Moscow State University
By the example of an experiment that implements, according to its authors, Wigner friends' paradox, the impossibility of measuring the state vector collapse of a remote localised system is shown. It is also found that the objectivity of the results of quantum measurements is not violated in this case.
Wigner friends' paradox, quantum nondemolition measurements, Bell inequality, Clauser–Horne–Shimony–Holt inequality, quantum state vector, von Neumann projection postulate, 'no communication theorem'.
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Quantum Electronics, 2020, 50:5, 469–474
A. V. Belinsky, “Is a nondemolition measurement of the quantum state vector collapse of a remote localised system possible?”, Kvantovaya Elektronika, 50:5 (2020), 469–474 [Quantum Electron., 50:5 (2020), 469–474]
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