Quantum Delocalized Interactions.

  title={Quantum Delocalized Interactions.},
  author={A. J. Paige and Hyukjoon Kwon and Selwyn Simsek and Chris N Self and Johnnie Gray and M. S. Kim},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  volume={125 24},
Classical mechanics obeys the intuitive logic that a physical event happens at a definite spatial point. Entanglement, however, breaks this logic by enabling interactions without a specific location. In this work we study these delocalized interactions. These are quantum interactions that create less locational information than would be possible classically, as captured by the disturbance induced on some spatial superposition state. We introduce quantum games to capture the effect and… 

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