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Hi all
check that:


https://www.quantamagazine.org/the-universes-ultimate-complexity-revealed-by-simple-quantum-games-20190305/

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players had to use some feature of the physical world that is not explained by classical physics
They showed that Bella games not only imply the reality of entanglement, but some games have the power to suggest a lot more - for example, is there a limit to the number of configurations that the universe can accept. By basing their color selection on the results of measuring a single pair of entangled particles, they were able to coordinate along this one attribute of their socks.
And yet they will continue to blindly guess about all other attributes - be it wool or cotton, ankle-high or crew. But thanks to additional entangled particles, they would have access to more measurements. They can use one set to correlate material selection and the other to correlate sock height selection. After all, because they were able to coordinate their choices for multiple attributes, they would be more likely to find a matching pair than if they were able to coordinate for only one attribute.

"More complex systems allow for more correlated measurements that allow coordination for more complex tasks," said Slofstra.
If you notice that players win every time they play, it means they use types of correlations that can only be generated by measuring in a physical system with an infinite number of independently tuned parameters.

So, IN BRIEF, entanglement allows quantum games like saying about ships that always pass by at night, since they ALWAYS pass by must have a common feature, and phenomena such as entanglement allow orientation in such a situation
Understanding Ni - Ne is like getting 100 percent match information like in a quad game.

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Do you see the similarity?? about Ni i Ne?
 

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Using this model, explain how disagreements occur.
now i see your post .. sorry for the delay

according to this theory, there is not always 100% communication means ensuring connectivity
sometimes 90 percent is achieved, for example, due to incompatible criteria

in the case of "More complicated systems allow for more correlated measurements, which enable coordination at more complicated tasks," Slofstra said.

"In order to describe the system we need a parameter for every possible position the electron can be in," Yuen said. "There are infinitely many positions, so you need infinitely many parameters. Even in one-dimensional space [like the circle], the state space of the particle is infinite-dimensional. "
 
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