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Endless Fun in high dimensions -- A Quantum Card Game

@inproceedings{Kopf2021EndlessFI,
  title={Endless Fun in high dimensions -- A Quantum Card Game},
  author={Lea Kopf and Markus Hiekkamaki and Shashi Prabhakar and Robert Fickler},
  year={2021}
}
Quantum technologies, i.e., technologies benefiting from the features of quantum physics such as objective randomness, superposition, and entanglement, have enabled an entirely different way of distributing and processing information. The enormous progress over the last decades has also led to an urgent need for young professionals and new educational programs. However, the lack of intuitive analogies and the necessity of complex mathematical frameworks often hinder teaching and learning… Expand
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