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A Single Entangled System Is an Unbounded Source of Nonlocal Correlations and of Certified Random Numbers *
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The outcomes of local measurements made on entangled systems can be certified to be random provided that the generated statistics violate a Bell inequality. This way of producing randomness relies only on a minimal set of assumptions because it is independent of the internal functioning of the devices generating the random outcomes. In this context it is crucial to understand both qualitatively and quantitatively how the three fundamental quantities-entanglement, non-locality andfatcat:sb4ortv25zeshl7x4obz75ju6y