Cite this problem as Problem 39.
In steering  one asks for the possibility to model the correlations in a quantum state by a classical model, in which one party (say Bob) is constrained to be described by quantum mechanics. This is demanded for some class [/latex] of observables for the other party (say Alice). That is, we need (1) a probability space with probability measure , (2) a family of “hidden” states , , for Bob’s system, and (3) for any observable , a classical observable . That is to every POVM element corresponds a response probability function on , so that and for all . The model is valid if
Consider a two-qubit state of the form , where is the swap operator, and . These states are separable for . The problem is to find the critical value of , so that a classical model exists for , and does not exist (i.e., the state is “steering”) for .
When the class of observables is taken to be the projection valued ones (in this case necessarily two-valued), the bound is known  to be . So the question is to determine the critical value for general (POVM) measurements, i.e., . What is known so far is consistent with equality here, but that remains to be shown.
The problem has an obvious generalization to higher dimensional “Werner states”, which where introduced in , together with the optimal steering models for PVMs, long before steering was formalized.
 H. M. Wiseman, S. J. Jones, and A. C. Doherty: Steering, entanglement, nonlocality, and the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen paradox.
Phys. Rev. Lett., 98:140402, 2007.
 R.F. Werner: Quantum states with Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen correlations admitting a hidden-variable model,
Phys. Rev. A 40(1989) 4277-4281.