# Large family of quantum weak coin-flipping protocols

@article{Mochon2005LargeFO, title={Large family of quantum weak coin-flipping protocols}, author={C. Mochon}, journal={Physical Review A}, year={2005}, volume={72}, pages={022341} }

Each classical public-coin protocol for coin flipping is naturally associated with a quantum protocol for weak coin flipping. The quantum protocol is obtained by replacing classical randomness with quantum entanglement and by adding a cheat detection test in the last round that verifies the integrity of this entanglement. The set of such protocols defines a family which contains the protocol with bias 0.192 previously found by the author, as well as protocols with bias as low as 1/6 described… CONTINUE READING

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