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Quantum Information: primitive notions and quantum correlations

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Quantum Information: primitive notions and quantum correlations
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 74

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In the first part, I rapidly review the basic notions of quantum physics and many primitives of quantum information. The second part is devoted to a detailed introduction to the topic of quantum correlations, covering the evidence for failure of alternative theories, some aspects of the formalism of no-signaling probability distributions and some hints towards some current research topics in the field.

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