par Aharon, Nati;Chailloux, André;Kerenidis, Iordanis;Massar, Serge ;Pironio, Stefano ;Silman, Jonathan
Référence TQC 2011(6: May 24-26, 2011: Madrid, Spain), Theory of Quantum Computation, Communication, and Cryptography, Revised Selected Papers, Springer, New York, page (1-12)
Publication Publié, 2014-03-04
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Résumé : A protocol is said to be device-independent when the level of its performance can be inferred without making any assumptions regarding the inner workings of the apparatus used to implement it. In this paper we introduce a device-independent weak coin flipping protocol based on a single GHZ test. Interestingly, the protocol calls for the exchange of (quantum) systems between participants; a feature which is not trivial to incorporate in a device-independent setting where a system's behavior may depend on the time, location, and its history. Alice's and Bob's maximal cheating probabilities are given by ≈ 0.974 and cos2 (π/ 8) ≈ 0.854. © 2014 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.