Semi-device-independent randomness from d -outcome continuous-variable detection

@article{Tebyanian2020SemideviceindependentRF,
  title={Semi-device-independent randomness from 
d
-outcome continuous-variable detection},
  author={Hamid Tebyanian and Marco Avesani and Giuseppe Vallone and Paolo Villoresi},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2020}
}
Recently, semi-device independent protocols have attracted increasing attention, guaranteeing security with few hypotheses and experimental simplicity. In this paper, we demonstrate a many-outcomes scheme with the binary phase-shift keying (BPSK) for a semi-device independent protocol based on the energy assumption. We show in theory that the number of certified random bits of the d-outcomes system outperforms the standard scheme (binary-outcomes). Furthermore, we compare the results of two… 

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