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Category Archives: device independence
Pauli braiding
[7/9/17 Update: Following a suggestion by Oded Regev I upgraded Section 1 from “probabilistic functions” to “matrixvalued functions”. This hopefully makes it a more useful, and interesting, midpoint between the classical analysis of BLR and the nonabelian extension discussed afterwards. … Continue reading
Posted in CHSH, device independence, QPCP, Quantum, Uncategorized
Tagged entanglement, papers, selftest
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Foundations of randomness, Day 3
Last day! Wednesday started with a bang. Yevgeniy Dodis spent the whole Tuesday evening (our workshop dinner at Lanzerac!) complaining that we weren’t leaving him enough time to prepare for his talk…only to spend an equal amount of time during his talk … Continue reading
Foundations of randomness, Day 2
Back to the fundamentals of randomness and our workshop in Stellenbosch – I want to discuss the remaining two days of talks! The second day started off with a whirlwind tour of the TCS approach to pseudorandomness by David Zuckerman. David surveyed … Continue reading
Posted in Conferences, device independence, Quantum, Talks
Tagged foundations of randomness, stias, Workshop
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Foundations of randomness, remainder of Day 1
Today I will cover the remaining talks from the first day of the workshop. Valerio’s opening talk was followed by a stimulating blackboard talk by Renato Renner, who asked the question “Is the existence of randomness an axiom of quantum … Continue reading
Posted in Conferences, device independence, Quantum, Science, Talks
Tagged determinism, foundations of randomness
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Foundations of randomness, Day 1: Scarani
As mentioned in the previous post, a highlight of the project I participated in over the past five weeks was the threeday workshop that we organized at STIAS towards the end of October. The purpose of the workshop was to … Continue reading
Posted in Conferences, device independence, Talks
Tagged quantum crypto, quantum information, talks
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