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Quantum Mechanics and Many Body Games

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I will describe some work on the theme of exploring many body quantum mechanics by playing games with its help. One set of results raises the possibility of classifying quantum states by asking whether they confer a quantum advantage in winning a particular game. The second set explores the space of entangled states by setting up a game in which two players compete to entangle and disentangle a shared set of qubits.

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