About the EventSuppose that the best chance of winning a certain game is s. Could the chance of winning all T independent copies of the same game much better than s^T?
Such questions, besides being quite natural, are important for computational complexity, cryptography, and foundations of quantum physics.
In this talk for the TCS reading seminar, I'll report a recent result by Dinur, Steurer, Thomas Vidick (arXiv:1310.4113), which extends that of Dinur and Steurer (arXiv:1305.1979) to quantum nonlocal games.
