Preprints

9. A hierarchy of semidefinite programs for generalised Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen scenarios

Matty J. Hoban, Tom Drescher, Ana Belén Sainz

arXiv:2208.09236 [quant-ph]


8. An open-source linear program for testing nonclassicality

John H. Selby, Elie Wolfe, David Schmid, Ana Belén Sainz

arXiv:2204.11905 [quant-ph]


7. Simulating all multipartite non-signalling channels via quasiprobabilistic mixtures of local channels in generalised probabilistic theories

Paulo J. Cavalcanti, John H. Selby, Jamie Sikora, Ana Belén Sainz

arXiv:2204.10639 [quant-ph]


6. Accessible fragments of generalized probabilistic theories, cone equivalence, and applications to witnessing nonclassicality

John H. Selby, David Schmid, Elie Wolfe, Ana Belén Sainz, Ravi Kunjwal, Robert W. Spekkens

arXiv:2112.04521 [quant-ph]


5. Quantifying EPR: the resource theory of nonclassicality of common-cause assemblages

Beata Zjawin, David Schmid, Matty J. Hoban, Ana Belén Sainz

arXiv:2111.10244 [quant-ph]


4. Contextuality without incompatibility

John H. Selby, David Schmid, Elie Wolfe, Ana Belén Sainz, Ravi Kunjwal, Robert W. Spekkens

arXiv:2106.09045 [quant-ph]


3. Correlations constrained by composite measurements

Łukasz Czekaj, Ana Belén Sainz, John Selby, Michał Horodecki

arXiv:2009.04994 [quant-ph]


2. Revisiting dynamics of quantum causal structures -- when can causal order evolve?

John H. Selby, Ana Belén Sainz, Paweł Horodecki

arXiv:2008.12757 [quant-ph]


1. Why standard entanglement theory is inappropriate for the study of Bell scenarios

David Schmid, Thomas C. Fraser, Ravi Kunjwal, Ana Belen Sainz, Elie Wolfe, Robert W. Spekkens

arXiv:2004.09194 [quant-ph]