303 circuits Practical electronic circuits for the home

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For instance, one naturally imagines that a certain "reality" lies behind the possibility of predicting with certainty the result of the next measurement of the length of an object on which many accurate measurements of the same kind were previously performed. In this case, then, there is a real property of the object that manifests itself in the predictable result of the measurement of length. 2. ELEMENTARY PROOF OF BELL'S INEQUALITY 43 entirely conventional, but also in the very notion of extension.

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In 1969, Clauser, Home, Shimony, and Holt(l7) (CHSH) suggested the use of pairs of optical photons emitted by atomic cascades. For such photons they assumed that the binary choice was between transmission and absorption in a polarizer. For every choice of the polarizer's orientations a and b, they introduced four probabilities, T(a±, b±), where, for instance, T(a+, b-) is the probability that observer 0,,- finds A(a) +1 (photon rt. transmitted through polarizer with -1 (photon ~ absorbed by polarizer with axis b) axis a) and that 0(3 finds B(b) (Fig .

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