7.5.2 Playing games in parallel

Course subject(s) 07. Quantum cryptography using untrusted devices

In this video we discuss an example where it can be advantageous for the players in a game to correlate their answers across independent repetitions of the same game. Although the scenario is slightly different, this can be interpreted as evidence that general attacks could be more powerful than collective attacks.

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