I recently read a little about the Bell test (I'm not a physicist, but reasonably well educated) and I started wondering if there is a way to express the level of non-determinism as a single number given specific conditions. I'm just interested how the values would look like.
I can imagine there is a lot of variables involved. For example I can imagine that it's temperature dependent (but I don't know) and I'm pretty certain it depends on the scale. The larger the physical system the more deterministic it probably is.
I wonder if there is a way to define some common conditions under which one can calculate something like "particles behave with 71% determinism and 29% pure randomness"
Thanks in advance
Edit: I mean the part of randomness that stays even if all hidden variables were known / the purely random part that will stay if I have all information about the system I can get.