|Jun24-12, 10:02 AM||#1|
how is the QM prediction derived for Bell's tests?
Question 1: how is the QM prediction (i.e. cosine curve, shown below) derived for Bell's tests? in layman' termss
Question 2: while Malus's law, some physicists say, is not related to this cosine curve.
Is there an indirect/lengthy way to connect the two?
|Jun25-12, 01:30 PM||#2|
I have been meaning to prepare a full explanation of that, but of course have not yet.
However, you can get a hint from this:
See (8) and (9) for the theta=0, and (12) and (13) for the case for general theta. Basically, as you switch to a rotated basis, the cos factors start slipping in.
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