This lightened version is fast enough to run online simulation of classical EPR-Bell experiments in a brower. Other distributions require clouds and days. C++ check is here .

N= | M= | h amplitude = |

Click on Compute when you are ready. Datas will come below. To see the versality of this family of distributions, try N=5 to 9, notice that M grows faster than N. Optimal couples (n,m) are around (8,30),(7,21),(6,10),(5,6) . See the effects of taking h=4 , h=16, h=45, h=90, h=180 and h=360.

There are also the 3 arm answers curves by angle ( +, – , 0 ). The + outcome is computed only with the detections to compare with the cos² Malus law. To compare with +, the – is scaled too. The detection rates by angles difference are in the red/green small charts.

You can also browse other simulations harder to compute with a navigator.