Nonlocal Measurements in Time-Symmetric Quantum Mechanics arXiv Vaidman and Nevo have posted a preprint on nonlocal demolition measurement of backward evolving quantum states which allows for the introduction of novel types of nonlocal variables. The work builds upon upon Aharonov's time-symmetric formalism, which contains the quantum state evolving backward in time from complete measurement performed in the future relative to the time in question. "Demolition measurements of nonlocal backward evolving quantum states require remarkably small resources. This is so because the combined operation of time reversal and teleportation of a local backward evolving quantum state requires only a single quantum channel and no transmission of classical information."

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