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Distributed Coordination Based on Quantum Entanglement

by   Yotam Ashkenazi, et al.
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

This paper demonstrates and proves that the coordination of actions in a distributed swarm can be enhanced by using quantum entanglement. In particular, we focus on - Global and local simultaneous random walks, using entangled qubits that collapse into the same (or opposite) direction, either random direction or totally controlled simultaneous movements. - Identifying eavesdropping from malicious eavesdroppers aimed at disturbing the simultaneous random walks by using entangled qubits that were sent at random or with predefined bases. - Identifying Byzantine robots or malicious robots that are trying to gain secret information or are attacking the system using entangled qubits. - The use of Pseudo Telepathy to coordinate robots' actions.


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