Abstract

We give a brief history of probabilistic quantum simulations of Einstein–Podolsky–Rosen paradoxes. This treats the early origins of the modern proposals using continuous variables, simulation methods using the positive-P representation, and current developments. Recent simulations treated include the behavior of parametric downconversion near the critical point, the simulation of parametric Bell violations, quantum entanglement, and correlations in optomechanics, as well as extensions to quantum field systems with planar interferometers.

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