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On distributed probabilistic strategies

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I’ll talk about my main research occupation this last summer: extending concurrent strategies with probability and, if there’s time, an application to a definition of quantum games and strategies. The definitions and their properties rely on new results on probabilistic event structures. The work is part of a programme to investigate the feasibility of concurrent games and strategies as a new basis for semantics, in which types denote concurrent games and programs/processes denote strategies.

This talk is part of the Semantics Lunch (Computer Laboratory) series.

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