Device Independent Random Number Generation

  title={Device Independent Random Number Generation},
  author={Mataj Pivoluska and Martin Plesch},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
Randomness is an invaluable resource in today's life with a broad use reaching from numerical simulations through randomized algorithms to cryptography. However, on the classical level no true randomness is available and even the use of simple quantum devices in a prepare-measure setting suffers from lack of stability and controllability. This gave rise to a group of quantum protocols that provide randomness certified by classical statistical tests -- Device Independent Quantum Random Number… Expand
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