Local Randomness: Examples and Application.

@article{Fu2018LocalRE,
  title={Local Randomness: Examples and Application.},
  author={H. Fu and Carl A. Miller},
  journal={Physical review. A},
  year={2018},
  volume={97}
}
When two players achieve a superclassical score at a nonlocal game, their outputs must contain intrinsic randomness. This fact has many useful implications for quantum cryptography. Recently it has been observed (C. Miller, Y. Shi, Quant. Inf. & Comp. 17, pp. 0595-0610, 2017) that such scores also imply the existence of local randomness - that is, randomness known to one player but not to the other. This has potential implications for cryptographic tasks between two cooperating but mistrustful… Expand
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