Kumar, Rahul and Pan, Alok Kumar
(2022)
Generalized n ‐Locality Inequalities in Linear‐Chain Network for Arbitrary Inputs Scenario and Their Quantum Violations.
Annalen der Physik.
ISSN 00033804
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Abstract
Multipartite nonlocality in a network is conceptually different from standard multipartite Bell nonlocality. In recent times, network nonlocality has been studied for various topologies. A linearchain topology of the network is considered and the quantum nonlocality (the nonnlocality) is demonstrated. Such a network scenario involves n number of independent sources and n+1$n+1$ parties, two edge parties (Alice and Charlie), and n1$n1$ central parties (Bobs). It is commonly assumed that each party receives only two inputs. In this work, a generalized scenario where the edge parties receive an arbitrary n number of inputs (equals to a number of independent sources) is considered and each of the central parties receives two inputs. A family of generalized nlocality inequalities for a linearchain network for arbitrary n is derived and the optimal quantum violation of the inequalities is demonstrated. An elegant sumofsquares approach enabling the derivation of the optimal quantum violation of aforesaid inequalities without assuming the dimension of the system is introduced. It is shown that the optimal quantum violation requires the observables of edge parties to be mutually anticommuting.
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