Weak-value measurements can outperform conventional measurements
In this paper we provide a simple, straightforward example of a specific situation in which weak-value amplification (WVA) clearly outperforms conventional measurement in determining the angular orientation of an optical component. We also offer a perspective reconciling the views of some theorists, who claim WVA to be inherently sub-optimal for parameter estimation, with the perspective of the many experimentalists and theorists who have used the procedure to successfully access otherwise elusive phenomena.
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Magaña-Loaiza, O., Harris, J., Lundeen, J., & Boyd, R. (2017). Weak-value measurements can outperform conventional measurements. Physica Scripta, 92 (2) https://doi.org/10.1088/1402-4896/92/2/023001