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nonlocal

(nɒnˈləʊkəl)
adj
not of, affecting, or confined to a limited area or part: the nonlocal aspect of the psyche.
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An effect known as quantum nonlocality - two quantum systems (computers) linked together - is seen as the integral property that helps gauge security during data transfer between two computers.
They demonstrated that the effect, also known as quantum nonlocality, can still be verified even when many of the photons are lost by absorption or scattering as they travel from source to destination through an optical fiber channel.
Quantum theory leads to some rather troubling views of reality, including the apparent nonlocality of how entangled states behave.
Selected numerical results are presented to show the influence of nonlocality, elastic foundation, type of nonlocal plate theory and side length of square SLGSs in detail.
More recently, Hardy [32] and Percival [33,34] have each shown that relativity of simultaneity when combined with quantum nonlocality leads to more than just conflicts between different observers.
In this work, we begin by briefly reviewing the aforementioned activation scenarios and pay particular attention to the following: (1) the complete characterisation of hidden nonlocality (or activation through local filtering) for two-qubit systems recently derived in Pal & Ghosh (2015), (2) a case of the activation through tensoring called k-copy nonlocality (or superactivation of nonlocality) (Palazuelos 2012, Cavalcanti et al.
MARKET VALUE: This position has been designated at the GS-14 equivalent level, nonlocality pay ($87,263 - $113,444 per annum).
The nonlocality of quantum theory, which was named 'quantum entanglement' by Shrodinger, (4) was deeply debated by Einstein, Podorsky, Rosen (EPR) (5) and Bohr.
That Inscrutable Thing': Holography, Nonlocality, and Identity in American Romanticism.
The experiment performed a version of a test proposed by physicist John Bell half a century ago to demonstrate nonlocality in quantum physics.