Quantum Version of a Generalized Monty Hall Game and Its Possible Applications to Quantum Secure Communications

@article{Quezada2020QuantumVO,
  title={Quantum Version of a Generalized Monty Hall Game and Its Possible Applications to Quantum Secure Communications},
  author={Luis Fernando Quezada and Shi-hai Dong},
  journal={Annalen der Physik},
  year={2020},
  volume={533}
}
In this work, the authors propose a quantum version of a generalized Monty Hall game, that is, one in which the parameters of the game are left free and not fixed on its regular values. The developed quantum scheme is then used to study the expected payoff of the player, using both a separable and an entangled initial‐state. In the two cases, the classical mixed‐strategy payoff is recovered under certain conditions. Lastly, the authors extend the quantum scheme to include multiple independent… 
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