# Quantum nonlocality in networks can be demonstrated with an arbitrarily small level of independence between the sources

Ivan Šupić, Jean-Daniel Bancal, Nicolas Brunner

Ivan Šupić, Jean-Daniel Bancal, Nicolas Brunner

**25/7/20**Published in : arXiv:2007.12950

Quantum nonlocality can be observed in networks even in the case where every party can only perform a single measurement, i.e. does not receive any input. So far, this effect has been demonstrated under the assumption that all sources in the network are fully independent from each other. Here we investigate to what extent this independence assumption can be relaxed. After formalizing the question, we show that, in the triangle network without inputs, quantum nonlocality can be observed, even when assuming only an arbitrarily small level of independence between the sources. This means that quantum predictions cannot be reproduced by a local model unless the three sources can be perfectly correlated.