Oblivious Transfer and Quantum Channels

@article{Gisin2006ObliviousTA,
  title={Oblivious Transfer and Quantum Channels},
  author={N. Gisin and S. Popescu and V. Scarani and S. Wolf and J. Wullschleger},
  journal={2006 IEEE Information Theory Workshop - ITW '06 Punta del Este},
  year={2006},
  pages={24-26}
}
We show that oblivious transfer can be seen as the classical analogue to a quantum channel in the same sense as non-local boxes are for maximally entangled qubits. 
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