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Playing nonlocal games with phases of quantum matter

@inproceedings{Bulchandani2022PlayingNG,
  title={Playing nonlocal games with phases of quantum matter},
  author={Vir B. Bulchandani and Fiona J. Burnell and S. L. Sondhi},
  year={2022}
}
The parity game is an example of a nonlocal game: by sharing a Greenberger-Horne-Zeilinger (GHZ) state before playing this game, the players can win with a higher probability than is allowed by classical physics. The GHZ state of N qubits is also the ground state of the ferromagnetic quantum Ising model on N qubits in the limit of vanishingly weak quantum fluctuations. Motivated by this observation, we examine the probability that N players who share the ground state of a generic quantum Ising… 
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