## __Complete Research Publication list__

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*The Quantum Cheshire Cat effect: Theoretical basis and observational implications*; Q. Duprey, S. Kanjilal, U. Sinha, D. Home and A. Matzkin, *Annals of Physics* ** 391**, 1 (2018).

*A tighter steering criterion using the Robertson-Schrödinger uncertainty relation*; S. Sasmal, T. Pramanik, D. Home and A. S. Majumdar, *Physics Letters A* ** 382**, 27 (2018).

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*Bipartite qutrit local realist inequalities and the robustness of their quantum mechanical violation*; D. Das, S. Datta, S. Goswami, A. S. Majumdar and D. Home, *Physics Letters A* ** 381**, 3396 (2017).

*Can the use of the Leggett-Garg inequality enhance security of the BB84 protocol?*; A. Shenoy H., S. Aravinda, R. Srikanth and D. Home, *Physics Letters A* ** 381**, 2478 (2017).

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*Quantum mechanical violation of macrorealism for large spin and its robustness against coarse-grained measurements*; S. Mal, D. Das and D. Home, *Physical Review A* ** 94**, 062117 (2016).

*Manifestation of pointer-state correlations in complex weak values of quantum observables*; S. Kanjilal, G. Muralidhara and D. Home, *Physical Review A* ** 94**, 052110 (2016).

*Sharing of Nonlocality of a Single Member of an Entangled Pair of Qubits Is Not Possible by More than Two Unbiased Observers on the Other Wing*; S. Mal, A. S. Majumdar and D. Home; invited article on Special Issue of * Mathematics of Quantum Uncertainty* 4, 48 (2016).

*Duality in Entanglement tested with Bell Measurements*; I. P. Degiovanni, E. Moreva, M. Gramegna, M. Genovese, S. Bose, D. Home, and G. Brida; in *Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics,* *OSA Technical Digest (Optical Society of America, 2016)*.

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*Facets of the Leggett-Garg inequality: some recent studies*; D. Home, *Current Science* 109, 1980 (2015).

*Effect of quantum statistics on the
gravitational weak equivalence principle *; S. V. Mousavi, A. S. Majumdar and D. Home, *Classical and Quantum Gravity* 32, 215014 (2015).

*Bell measurements as a witness of a dualism in entanglement*; E. Moreva, G. Brida, M. Gramegna, S. Bose, D. Home and M. Genovese, *Physical Review A* 91, 062117 (2015).

*Toward secure communication using intra-particle entanglement*; S. Adhikari, D. Home, A. S. Majumdar, A. K. Pan, A. Shenoy H. and R. Srikanth, *Quantum Information Processing* 14, 1451 (2015)

*Wigner’s form of the Leggett-Garg inequality, No-Signaling-in-time condition, and unsharp measurement*; D. Saha, S. Mal, P. K. Panigrahi and D. Home, *Physical Review A* 91, 032117 (2015).

*Multipartite Bell-type Inequality by Generalizing Wigner’s Argument*; D. Home, D. Saha and S. Das, *Physical Review A* 91, 012102 (2015).

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*Unification of Bell, Leggett-Garg and Kochen-Specker inequalities: Hybrid spatio-temporal inequalities*; S. Das, S. Arvinda, R. Srikanth and D. Home, *Europhysics Letters* 104, 60006 (2013).

*Duality in Entanglement Enabling a Test of Quantum Indistinguishability Unaffected by Interactions*; S. Bose and D. Home, *Physical Review Letters* 110, 140404 (2013).

*Probing the Leggett-Garg inequality for oscillating neutral kaons and neutrinos*; D. Gangopadhyay, D. Home and A. Sinha Roy, *Physical Review A* 88, 022115 (2013).

*Reexamining Larmor precession in a spin-rotator: Testable correction and its ramifications*; D. Home, A. K. Pan and A. Banerjee, *The European Physical Journal D* 67, 72 (2013).

*Reply to Comment on ‘Quantitative probing of the quantum-classical transition for the arrival time distribution’*; D Home, A. K. Pan and A. Banerjee, *Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical* 46, 208002 (2013).

*A testable prediction of the no-signalling condition using a variant of the EPR-Bohm example*; D. Home, A. Rai and A. S. Majumdar, *Physics Letters A *337, 540 (2013).

*Effect of a transient barrier on wavepacket traversal*; D. Home, A. S. Majumdar and A. Matzkin, *Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical* 45, 295301 (2012).

*Strong quantum violation of the gravitational weak equivalence principle by a non-Gaussian wave-packet*; P. Chowdhury, D. Home, A. S. Majumdar, S. V. Mousavi, M. R. Mozaffari and S. Sinha, *Classical and Quantum Gravity* 29, 025010 (2012).

*Quantum violation of noncontextuality for separable states using fewer measurement settings*; A. K. Pan and D. Home, *The European Physical Journal D* 66, 62 (2012).

*Quantum teleportation using non-orthogonal entangled channels*; S. Adhikari, A. S. Majumdar, D. Home, A. K. Pan and P. Joshi, *Physica Scripta* 85, 045001 (2012).

*Testing non-locality of single photons using cavities*; T. Pramanik, S. Adhikari, A. S. Majumdar and D. Home, *Physics Letters A* 376, 344 (2012).

*On Empirical Scrutiny of the Bohmian Model Using a Spin Rotator and the Arrival/Transit Time Distribution*; A. K. Pan and D. Home, *International Journal of Theoretical Physics* 51, 374 (2012).

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*Leggett-type nonlocal realist inequalities without any constraint on the geometrical alignment of measurement settings*; A. Rai, D. Home and A. S. Majumdar, *Physical Review A* 84, 052115 (2011).

*An interplay between nonlocality and quantum violation of path-spin noncontextuality*; D. Home and A. K. Pan, *International Journal of Quantum Information* 9, 1279 (2011).

*On the Possibility of Empirically Probing the Bohmian Model in Terms of the Testability of Quantum Arrival/Transit Time Distribution*; D. Home and A. K. Pan, in *“Quantum Trajectories”*; edited by P. Chattaraj (CRC Press, Taylor & Francis, 2011).

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*Quantum mechanical effect of path-polarization contextuality for a single photon*; A. K. Pan and D. Home, *International Journal of Theoretical Physics* 49, 1920 (2010)..

*Reply to the “Comments on ‘Contextuality within quantum mechanics manifested in subensemble mean values’”*; D. Home and A. K. Pan, *Physics Letters A* 374, 2195 (2010).

*Information transfer using a single particle path-spin hybrid entangled state*; T. Pramanik, S. Adhikari, A. S. Majumdar, D. Home, and A. K. Pan, *Physics Letters A* 374, 1121 (2010).

*Swapping path-spin intraparticle entanglement onto spin-spin interparticle entanglement*; S. Adhikari, A. S. Majumdar, D. Home, and A. K. Pan, *Europhysics Letters* 89, 10005 (2010).

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*Contextuality within quantum mechanics manifested in subensemble mean values*; D. Home and A. K. Pan, *Physics Letters A* 373, 3430 (2009).

*Dark energy from quantum wave function collapse of dark matter*; A. S. Majumdar, D. Home, and S. Sinha, *Physics Letters B* 679, 167 (2009).

*Quantitative probing of the quantum–classical transition for the arrival time distribution*; D. Home, A. K. Pan and A. Banerjee, *Journal of Physics A: Math. Theor.* 42, 165302 (2009).

*Using the no-signaling condition for constraining the nonidealness of a Stern-Gerlach set-up*; D. Home and A. K. Pan, *Journal of Physics A: Math. Theor.* 42, 085301 (2009).

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*Quantum transit time distribution, its testability and foundational implications*; D. Home and A. K. Pan, in *“Quantum Optics – Coherence, Entanglement and Nonlinear Dynamics”*; edited by J. Banerji, P. K. Panigrahi, and R. P. Singh (Macmillan India, 2008).

*Reply to “Comment on ‘Quantum time-of-flight distribution for cold trapped atoms’”*; M. Ali, D. Home, A. S. Majumdar and A. K. Pan, *Physical Review A* 77, 026101 (2008).

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*Aspects of nonideal Stern – Gerlach experiment and testable ramifications*; D. Home, A. K. Pan, M. Ali and A. S. Majumdar, *Journal of Physics A: Mathematical Theoretical* 40, 13975 (2007).

*Quantum time of flight distribution for cold trapped atoms*; M. Ali, D. Home, A. S. Majumdar and A. K. Pan, *Physical Review A* 75, 042110 (2007).

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*On the quantum analogue of Galileo’s leaning tower experiment*; M. Ali, A. S. Majumdar, D. Home, and A. K. Pan, *Classical and Quantum Gravity* 23, 6493 (2006).

*Quantum Superarrivals: Bohr's Wave-Particle Duality Revisited*; M. Ali, A. S. Majumdar, and D. Home, *Foundations of Physics Letters* 19, 179 (2006).

*Observability of the arrival time distribution using spin-rotator as quantum clock*; A. K. Pan, M. Ali and D. Home, *Physics Letters A* 352, 296 (2006).

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*Testing Quantum Statistics with Particles in Distinguishable States*; S. Bose and D. Home, *International Journal of Quantum Information* 3, 117 (2005)

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*Information Transfer and Non-locality for a Tripartite Entanglement using Dynamics*; D. Home and J. Corbett, *Physics Letters A* 333, 382 (2004).

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*Spin-dependent observable effect for Free Particles using the Arrival Time Distribution*; M. Ali, A. S. Majumdar, D. Home, and S. Sengupta, *Physical Review A* 68, 042105 (2003).

*Information Flow and Quantum Cryptography using Statistical Fluctuations*; D. Home and M. A. B. Whitaker, *Physical Review A* 67, 022306 (2003).

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*Quantum superarrivals and information transfer through a time varying boundary*; D. Home and A. S. Majumdar, *Pramana – Journal of Physics *59, 321 (2002).

*Violation of Bell’s inequality in neutral kaons system*; M. K. Samal and D. Home, *Pramana – Journal of Physics *59, 289 (2002).

*Generic entangling through quantum indistinguishability*; S. Bose and D. Home, *Pramana – Journal of Physics* 59, 229 (2002).

*Understanding Quantum Superarrivals using the Bohmian Model*; M. Ali, A. S. Majumdar and D. Home, *Physics Letters A* 304, 61 (2002).

*Quantum Information Transfer without An External Channel*; D. Home and J. Corbett, in *Proc.7th Int. Symp. on Foundations of Quantum Mechanics in the Light of New Technology ISQM – Tokyo’01; World Scientific* (2002).

*Quantum Information Transfer Using A Time-Dependent Boundary Condition*; D. Home and A. S. Majumdar; in *Proc.7th Int. Symp. on Foundations of Quantum Mechanics in the Light of New Technology ISQM – Tokyo’01; World Scientific *(2002).

*Generic Entanglement Generation, Quantum Statistics, and Complementarity*; S. Bose and D. Home, *Physical Review Letters* 88, 050401 (2002).

*Quantum-Mechanical Effects in a Time-varying Reflection Barrier*; S. Bandyopadhyay, A. S. Majumdar and D. Home, *Physical Review A* 65, 052718 (2002).

*Interpreting the Measurement of the Time of Decay: Phenomenological Significance of the Bohm Model*; A. S. Majumdar and D. Home, *Physics Letters A* 296, 176 (2002).

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*Bell's inequality for a single spin-1/2 particle and Quantum Contextuality*; S. Basu, S. Bandyopadhyay, G. Kar and D. Home, *Physics Letters A* 279, 281 (2001).

*Facets of Tripartite Entanglement*, in *Foundations of Quantum Theory and Quantum Optics*; D. Home, *Pramana – Journal of Physics* 56, 179 (2001).

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*Quantum Effects involving Interplay between Unitary Dynamics and Kinematic Entanglement*; D. Home and J. Corbett, *Physical Review A* 62, 062103 (2000).

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*On the Importance of the Bohmian Approach for Interpreting CP Violation Experiments*; D. Home and A. S. Majumdar, *Foundations of Physics* 29, 721 (1999).

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*Quantum Zeno Effect: Relevance for Local Realism, Macroscopic Realism, and Non-invasive Measurability at the Macroscopic Level*; D. Home and M.A.B. Whitaker, *Physics Letters A* 239, 6 (1998).

*Response to “Comment on DNA Molecular Cousin of Schrödinger’s Cat: A Curious Example of Quantum Measurement”*; D. Home and R. Chattopadhyaya, *Physical Review Letters* 80, 1349 (1998).

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*Comment on “Why Quantum Mechanics cannot be formulated as a Markov Process”*; L. Hardy, D. Home, E. J. Squires and M. A. B. Whitaker, *Physical Review A* 56, 3301 (1997).

*A Conceptual Analysis of Quantum Zeno; Paradox, Measurement and Experiment*; D. Home and M. A. B. Whitaker, *Annals of Physics* 258, 237 (1997).

*Collapse-Induced Quantum Nonlocal Effect*; D. Home and G. Kar, *Foundations of Physics *27, 1765 (1997).

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*Testing a Dynamical Model of Wavefunction Collapse in the Cosmological Scenario*; D. Home and A.S. Majumdar, in *Quantum Coherence and Decoherence*; edited by K. Fujikawa and Y. A. Ono (Elsevier, 1996).

*Is Spontaneous Localization Compatible with the Energy density of the Universe?*; A. S. Majumdar and D. Home, *Physics Letters A* 220, 17 (1996).

*The Two-Prism Experiment and Wave Particle Duality of Light*; P. Ghose and D. Home, Invited Contribution to the Special Issue of *Foundations of Physics in honour of Max Jammer* 26, 943 (1996).

*Standard Quantum Mechanics with Environment-Induced Decoherence and Wavefunction Collapse: Possibility of an Empirical Discrimination Using Neutron Interferometry*; D. Home and S. Bose, *Physics Letters A* 217, 209 (1996).

*DNA Molecular Cousin of Schrödinger’s Cat: A Curious Example of Quantum Measurement*; D. Home and R. Chattopadhyaya, *Physical Review Letters* 76, 2836 (1996).

*The inadequacy of Effective Incoherence Interpretations of Quantum Theory, as demonstrated by analysis of EPR Measurements*; D. Home and M. A. B. Whitaker, *Physics Letters A* 211, 5 (1996).

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*Incompatibility between Quantum Mechanics and Classical Realism in the Strong Macroscopic Limit*; D. Home and A. S. Majumdar, *Physical Review A* 52, 4959 (1995).

*Quantum Nonlocality of Single Photon States*; D. Home and G. S. Agarwal, *Physics Letters A* 209, 1 (1995).

*An Analysis of the Aharonov-Anandan-Vaidman Model*; P. Ghose and D. Home, *Foundations of Physics* 25, 1105 (1995).

*Quantum Mechanical Interference and Indistinguishability in Nuclear Orbiting Reactions*; A. Ray and D. Home, *Physics Letters A* 204, 87 (1995).

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*On Boson Trajectories in the Bohm Model*; P. Ghose and D. Home, *Physics Letters A* 191, 362 (1994).

*Position and Contextuality in Bohm’s Causal Completion of Quantum Mechanics*; D. Home, * 190, 353 (1994).*

*Wave Function Collapse as a Nonlocal Quantum Effect*; D. Home and R. Nair, *Physics Letters A* 187, 224 (1994).

*Parameter Dependence in the EPR-Bohm Type Experiment*; D. Home and M. A. B. Whitaker, *Physics Letters A* 187, 227 (1994).

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*Non-Classical Interference and Which Path Information in a Gamma Angular Correlation Experiment Using a Heavy-Ion Orbiting Reaction*; A. Ray and D. Home, *Physics Letters A* 178, 33 (1993).

*Relativistic quantum mechanics of bosons*; P. Ghose, D. Home and M. N. Sinha Roy, *Physics Letters A* 183, 267 (1993).

*Comment on Computational Approach to the Quantum Zeno Effect*; D. Home and M. A. B. Whitaker, *Physical Review A* 48, 2502 (1993).

*A New Theorem on Quantum Nonlocality*, D. Home, *Vistas in Astronomy* 37, 269-272 (1993).

*Interrupted Fluorescence Experiments and Hidden Variables*; D. Home and M. A. B. Whitaker, *Physics Letters A* 181, 114 (1993).

*A Unified Framework for Quantum Zeno Processes*; D. Home and M. A. B. Whitaker, *Physics Letters A* 173, 327 (1993).

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*The Aharonov-Bohm Effect from the Point of View of Local Realism*; D. Home and F. Selleri, in *"Wave-Particle Duality"*, edited by F. Selleri (Plenum, New York, 1992) 127-138.

*Locality and Causality in Time-Dependent Aharonov-Bohm Interference*; R. A. Brown and D. Home, *Nuovo Cimento* 107B, 303 (1992).

*Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Correlation – Parallelism between the Wigner Function and Local Hidden Approaches*; G. S. Agarwal, D. Home and W. Scleich, *Physics Letters A *170, 359 (1992).

*Wave-Particle Duality of Single Photon States*; P. Ghose and D. Home, Invited Contribution to the Special Issue of *Foundations of Physics on the birth centenary of L. de Broglie*, 22, 1435 (1992).

*An Experiment to throw more Light on Light: Implications*; P. Ghose, D. Home and G. S. Agarwal, *Physics Letters A* 168, 95 (1992).

*Negative-Result Experiments and the Requirement of Wave Function Collapse*; D. Home and M. A. B. Whitaker, *Journal of Physics A* 25, 2387 (1992).

*Realism and the Quantum Mechanical Two-State Oscillator*; L. Hardy, D. Home, E. J. Squires and M. A. B. Whitaker, *Physical Review A* 45, 4267 (1992).

*A Critical Re-examination of the Zeno Paradox*; D. Home and M.A.B. Whitaker, *Journal of Physics A *25, 657 (1992).

*Ensemble Interpretations of Quantum Mechanics: A Modern Perspective*; D. Home and M. A. B. Whitaker, *Physics Reports *210, 4 (1992).

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*Testing Wave Function Collapse and the Complementarity Principle using Neutron Self - Interference and Tunneling*; P. Ghose and D. Home, *Physica B* 174, 403 (1991).

*Comment on “A Critique of Home and Sengupta Derivation of a Bell Inequality”*; D. Home and S. Sengupta, *Foundations of Physics Letters* 4, 451 (1991).

*Critique of a Recent Claim of a Formal Difference between Copenhagen and Statistical Interpretations of Quantum Theory*; D. Home and M. A. B. Whitaker, *Physics Letters A* 160, 325 (1991).

*Neutral Kaon Physics from the Point of View of Realism*; D. Home and F. Selleri, *Journal of Physics A* 24, L1073 (1991).

*Bell’s Theorem and the EPR Paradox*; D. Home and F. Selleri, *Rivista del Nuovo Cimento* 14, 9 (1991).

*Local Realistic Models and Non-Physical Probabilities*; D. Home, V. L. Lepore and F. Selleri, *Physics Letters A* 158, 357 (1991).

*Is Bell-type Inequality violated for K*^{0} - K^{0}, B^{0} - B^{0} systems? A. Datta and D. Home, *Foundations of Physics Letters* 4, 165 (1991).

*Manifestly Lorentz Covariant Formulation of the EPR Problem using the Tomonaga-Schwinger Formalism*; P. Ghose and D. Home, *Physical Review A* 43, 6382 (1991).

*An Experiment to throw more Light on Light*; P. Ghose, D. Home, and G. S. Agarwal, *Physics Letters A* 153, 403 (1991).

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*An Analysis of the validity of Local Causality at the Statistical Level in Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen type Situations*; D. Home and M. D. Srinivas, *Pramana-Journal of Physics* 35, 303 (1990).

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*In Search of New Facets of the EPR Paradox Using K*^{0} - K^{0}, B^{0} - B^{0} Type Systems; in *Proc. 3rd Int. Symp. Foundations of Quantum Mechanics, Tokyo*; edited by S. Kobayashi et al. (The Physical Society of Japan, 1989).

*Perspectives on Quantum Nonlocality Versus Classical Reality*; D. Home, Invited Contribution to the *Written Round Table on What is Reality?* published in: *Che Cos e la Realta* (Jaca Book, Milan, Italy, 1989); also reprinted in the *Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research* 6, 17 (1989).

*New Twists to Einstein’s Two-Slit Experiment: Complementarity Vis-a-Vis the Causal Interpretation*; D. Home and P. N. Kaloyerou, *Journal of Physics A* 22, 3253 (1989).

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*New Facets of the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Paradox from elementary particle physics*; D. Home, *Current Science* 57, 455 (1988).

*Is Quantum Mechanics with CP Nonconservation Incompatible with Einstein’s Locality Condition at the Statistical Level?*; A. Datta, D. Home and A. Raychaudhuri, *Physics Letters A* 130, 187 (1988).

*Wave Function Collapse in the Ensemble Interpretation*; P.T. Landsberg and D. Home, in: *Microphysical Reality and Quantum Formalism*, edited by A. van der Merwe (Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 1988) 1, 65-69.

*Interpretations of Quantum Measurement without the Collapse Postulate*; D. Home and M. A. B. Whitaker, *Physics Letters A* 128, 1 (1988).

*Exploring the Meaning of an Individual Feynman Path*; D. Gangopadhyay and D. Home, *Physics Letters A* 126, 219 (1988).

*Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Paradox for the K*^{0} - K^{0} and B^{0} - B^{0} Systems; D. Home in:*Quantum Mechanics versus Local Realism*, edited by F. Selleri (Plenum, New York, 1988).

*Beyond quantum theory: a realist psycho-biological interpretation of physical reality*; M. Conrad, D. Home and B. Josephson, in: *Microphysical Reality and Quantum Formalism*, edited by A. van der Merwe (Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 1988)1, 285 – 293.

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*A Curious Gedanken Example of the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Paradox using CP Nonconservation*; A. Datta, D. Home and A. Raychaudhuri, *Physics Letters A* 123, 4 (1987).

*The Many Worlds and Relative States Interpretations of Quantum Mechanics and the Quantum Zeno Paradox*; D. Home and M. A. B. Whitaker, *Journal of Physics A* 20, 3339 (1987).

*An Analysis of Wave Function Collapse Using the Ensemble Interpretation*; P. T. Landsberg and D. Home, *American Journal of Physics* 55, 226 (1987).

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*Quantum Non-Separability versus Local Realism: A New Test Using the B*^{0} - B^{0} Systems; A. Datta and D. Home, *Physics Letters A* 119, 3 (1986).

*Is the Wave Function Collapse a Physical Reality?*; D. Home and M. A. B. Whitaker, *Physics Letters A* 117, 439 (1986).

*The Ensemble Interpretation and Context - Dependence in Quantum Systems*; D. Home and M. A. B. Whitaker, *Physics Letters A* 115, 81 (1986).

*Reflections on the Quantum Zeno Paradox*; D. Home and M. A. B. Whitaker, *Journal of Physics A* 19, 1817 (1986).

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*A Stochastic Local Realist Model for the EPR Atomic Cascade Experiments which reproduces the Quantum Mechanical Coincidence Rates*; D. Home and T. Marshall, *Physics Letters A* 113, 183 (1985).

*Response to Comment on a Critical Re-examination of the Aharonov-Bohm Effect*; D. Home, *American Journal of Physics* 53, 778 (1985).

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*Bell’s Inequality and Non-Contextual Dispersion-Free States*; D. Home and S. Sengupta, *Physics Letters A* 102, 159 (1984).

*Classical Limit of Quantum Mechanics - A Paradoxical Example*; D. Home and S. Sengupta, *Nuovo Cimento B* 82, 214 (1984).

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*A Critical Re-examination of the Aharonov-Bohm Effect*; D. Home and S. Sengupta, *American Journal of Physics* 51, 942 (1983).

*Heisenberg’s Gedanken Experiment Revisited*; D. Home and S. Sengupta, *American Journal of Physics* 51, 567 (1983).

*Classical Limit of Quantum Mechanics*; D. Home and S. Sengupta, *American Journal of Physics* 51, 265 (1983).

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*Discontinuity in the First Derivative of Schrödinger Wave Function*; D. Home and S. Sengupta, *American Journal of Physics* 50, 552 (1982).

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*Extensivity of Entropy and modern form of Gibb’s Paradox*; D. Home and S. Sengupta, *Pramana – Journal of Physics* 17, 509 (1981).

*Comments on ‘On a Proposed New Test of Heisenberg’s Principle’*; D. Home and S. Sengupta, *Journal of Physics A* 14, 539 (1981).

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*On Integralness of Orbital Angular Momentum Eigenvalues*; D. Home and S. Sengupta, *American Journal of Physics* 48, 305 (1980).

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*Concept of Temperature without the Zeroth law*; D. Home, *American Journal of Physics* 45, 1203 (1977).

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## __10 BEST RESEARCH PUBLICATION __

*Generic Entanglement Generation, Quantum Statistics, and Complementarity*; S. Bose and D. Home, *Physical Review Letters* 88, 050401 (2002).

*Duality in Entanglement Enabling a Test of Quantum Indistinguishability Unaffected by Interactions*; S. Bose and D. Home, *Physical Review Letters* 110, 140404 (2013).

*A Conceptual Analysis of Quantum Zeno; Paradox, Measurement and Experiment*; D. Home and M. A. B. Whitaker, *Annals of Physics* 258, 237 (1997).

*DNA Molecular Cousin of Schrödinger’s Cat: A Curious Example of Quantum Measurement*; D. Home and R. Chattopadhyaya, *Physical Review Letters* 76, 2836 (1996).

*Multipartite Bell-type Inequality by Generalizing Wigner’s Argument*; D. Home, D. Saha and S. Das, *Physical Review A* 91, 012102 (2015).

*An Experiment to throw more Light on Light*; P. Ghose, D. Home, and G. S. Agarwal, *Physics Letters A* 153, 403 (1991).

*Bell's inequality for a single spin-1/2 particle and Quantum Contextuality*; S. Basu, S. Bandyopadhyay, G. Kar and D. Home, *Physics Letters A* 279, 281 (2001).

*Probing the Leggett-Garg inequality for oscillating neutral kaons and neutrinos*; D. Gangopadhyay, D. Home and A. Sinha Roy, *Physical Review A* 88, 022115 (2013).

*Dark energy from quantum wave function collapse of dark matter*; A. S. Majumdar, D. Home, and S. Sinha, *Physics Letters B* 679, 167 (2009).

*Ensemble Interpretations of Quantum Mechanics: A Modern Perspective*; D. Home and M. A. B. Whitaker, *Physics Reports *210, 4 (1992).

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## __PUBLISHED BOOKS__

__Research Level Books__

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