# Quantum Correlations and Quantum Non-Locality: A Review and a Few New Ideas

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## Abstract

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## 1. Introduction

## 2. Various Questions on Quantum Non-Locality

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- the case [12] in which states that are non-maximally entangled violate Bell inequalities when using single-particle detectors with non-ideal quantum efficiency below 82%;
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- for non-maximally entangled states, the Kullback–Leibler distance with the closest local distribution [56] is larger;
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- the simulation of entanglement with non-local resources is more favorable when maximally entangled states are considered rather then the non-maximally ones.

## 3. Non-Locality in Higher Dimensional Spaces

## Author Contributions

## Funding

## Acknowledgments

## Conflicts of Interest

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