Nonlinearities in quantum correlations of two time-like separated measurements

Gharib Masouleh, Hamideh
When two time-like separated measurements are done on an observable with 3 or more eigenvalues, such as angular momentum of an spin-1 particle, the result of the measurements correlation is nonlinear in terms of the first measurement outcome while linear in the other. This thesis is the study of this nonlinearity in quantum correlation of such measurements as well as showing the results of simulation on quantum simulator qasm and experiment on the quantum computer ibmq-manila. The results confirm the non-invasive nature of quantum measurements.


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Citation Formats
H. Gharib Masouleh, “Nonlinearities in quantum correlations of two time-like separated measurements,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2021.