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Title: Machine learning nonlocal correlations
Authors: Silva, Askery Alexandre Canabarro Barbosa da
Brito, Samuraí Gomes de Aguiar
Araújo, Rafael Chaves Souto
Keywords: Quantum mechanics
Issue Date: 22-May-2019
Publisher: American Physical Society
Citation: CANABARRO, Askery; BRITO, Samuraí; CHAVES, Rafael. Machine Learning Nonlocal Correlations. Physical Review Letters, [s.l.], v. 122, n. 20, p. 200401, 22 maio 2019. Disponível em: Acesso em: 03 set. 2020.
Portuguese Abstract: The ability to witness nonlocal correlations lies at the core of foundational aspects of quantum mechanics and its application in the processing of information. Commonly, this is achieved via the violation of Bell inequalities. Unfortunately, however, their systematic derivation quickly becomes unfeasible as the scenario of interest grows in complexity. To cope with that, here, we propose a machine learning approach for the detection and quantification of nonlocality. It consists of an ensemble of multilayer perceptrons blended with genetic algorithms achieving a high performance in a number of relevant Bell scenarios. As we show, not only can the machine learn to quantify nonlocality, but discover new kinds of nonlocal correlations inaccessible with other current methods as well. We also apply our framework to distinguish between classical, quantum, and even postquantum correlations. Our results offer a novel method and a proof-of-principle for the relevance of machine learning for understanding nonlocality
ISSN: 0031-9007
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