## Incompatibility with local realism in the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen experiment |

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### Contents

The EPR Experiment and the Local Realist | 10 |

Criterion | 22 |

A Theorem on the Existence | 41 |

Copyright | |

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6)-axis sets Bell inequalities Bell problem Chapter Clauser Clauser-Horne conditions Clauser-Horne version coefficients compatible conditional probability conditionally independent representation cyclic permutation detector discrete variables distribution function distributions q domain eigenvalues EPR experiment EPR problem equations equivalent explicitly Farkas's Lemma finite forms of necessary function r(i geometries give given distributions hidden variable higher-order distributions Kellerer's Theorem Legendre polynomials lower bound M)th-order marginal relations matrix measurements Mermin and Schwarz Mermin-Schwarz method necessary and sufficient non-commuting observables non-negative numbers non-negative vectors Nth-order distribution orthogonal orthogonal polynomials pair distributions pairs of axes perfect correlations 2.11 Phys Pij(xi quantum mechanical quantum theoretic distribution realism realist criterion realist description satisfies the marginal satisfy the Clauser-Horne set of inequalities set of non-negative set of numbers singlet spin components spin singlet spin-Jj spin-s particles statistical subsets subspace sufficient conditions sufficient local realist theory three axes three-axis distribution three-axis function tions two-axis distribution upper bound values zero