Quantum Parrondo game based on a quantum ratchet effect
A Parrondo game is a counterintuitive game where two losing games can be combined to form a winning game. We construct a quantum version of a Parrondo game based on a quantum ratchet effect for a delta-kicked model, which can be realized in optical lattices. A game set is presented and a quantum anti-Parrondo game is also investigated.
Volume (Year): 389 (2010)
Issue (Month): 19 ()
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