Analytical approach to parallel repetition

@inproceedings{Dinur2014AnalyticalAT,
  title={Analytical approach to parallel repetition},
  author={Irit Dinur and David Steurer},
  booktitle={STOC},
  year={2014}
}
We propose an analytical framework for studying parallel repetition, a basic product operation for one-round twoplayer games. In this framework, we consider a relaxation of the value of projection games. We show that this relaxation is multiplicative with respect to parallel repetition and that it provides a good approximation to the game value. Based on this relaxation, we prove the following improved parallel repetition bound: For every projection game G with value at most ρ, the k-fold… CONTINUE READING

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