Kennesaw State University

YS-9 Quantum Game Theory

Quantum computing is a new type of qubit enabled computing paradigm based on the quantum properties such as superposition, interface and entanglement for data process and other tasks. It can be used to work on problems traditional supercomputers would not be able to handle efficiently. Classical game theory is a process of modeling that is widely used in AI applications. The extension of this theory to the quantum field is the quantum game theory. It can be a promising tool for overcoming critical problems in quantum communication and the implementation of quantum artificial intelligence. This project began with learning of quantum computing and game theory, then followed by the development of a system that applies quantum computing to game theory to analyze their performance.

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Team Lead: Christian Thomassy Developer: Cody Lacey