Nonbilocal measurements via an entangled state, Physical Review A
Two observers, who share a pair of particles in an entangled mixed state, can use it to perform some nonbilocal measurements over another bipartite system. In particular, one can construct a specific game played by the observers against a coordinator, in which they can score better than a pair of observers who only share a classical communication channel. The existence of such a game is an operational implication of an entanglement witness.
Shmaya, Eran. 2005. Nonbilocal measurements via an entangled state. Physical Review A. 72(2)