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 Violation of Bell Inequalities as a Violation of Fair Sampling in Threshold Detectors


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Photomultiplier tubes and avalanche photodiodes, which are commonly used in quantum optic experiments, are sometimes referred to as threshold detectors because, in photon counting mode, they cannot discriminate the number of photoelectrons initially extracted from the absorber in the detector. We argue that they can be called threshold detectors on more account than that. We point out that their their functioning principle relies on two thresholds that are usually thought unimportant individually in the context of EPR-Bell discussion. We show how the combined effect of these threshold can lead to a significant sampling selection bias in the detection of pairs of pulses, resulting in an apparent violation of Bell inequalities.



Autor: Guillaume Adenier

Fuente: https://archive.org/



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