Recasting mermin's multi-player game into the framework of pseudo-telepathy

@article{Brassard2005RecastingMM,
  title={Recasting mermin's multi-player game into the framework of pseudo-telepathy},
  author={Gilles Brassard and Anne Broadbent and Alain Tapp},
  journal={Quantum Information & Computation},
  year={2005},
  volume={5},
  pages={538-550}
}
Entanglement is perhaps the most non-classical manifestation of quantum mechanics. Among its many interesting applications to information processing, it can be harnessed to reduce the amount of communication required to process a variety of distributed computational tasks. Can it be used to eliminate communication altogether? Even though it cannot serve to signal information between remote parties, there are distributed tasks that can be performed without any need for communication, provided… CONTINUE READING
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