By Manuel Blum (auth.), My T. Thai, Sartaj Sahni (eds.)

This ebook constitutes the court cases of the sixteenth Annual overseas convention on Computing and Combinatorics, held in Nha Trang, Vietnam, in July 2010.

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R R For k provers, a function pi is no-signaling if: ∀x ∈ Xi , a ∈ Ai , xj , xj ∈ Xj for j=i Pr[pi (x1 , . . xi−1 , x, xi+1 , . . xk , R) = a] = R Pr[pi (x1 , . . xi−1 , x, xi+1 , . . xk , R) = a]. 1 (value of the Game). The value of the game is defined as: ω ♦ (G)= max EXY ZR [Q(X, Y, Z, p1 (X, Y, Z, R), p2 (X, Y, Z, R), p3 (X, Y, Z, R))] p1 ,p2 ,p3 where the expectation is taken with respect to PXY Z and the maximum is taken over all No-Signaling protocols. The n-fold parallel repetition 3-provers game G⊗n consists of the sets X n , Y n , Z n , ⊗n a probability measure on those sets, PX n Y n Z n where ⊗n n n n PX n Y n Z n (x , y , z ) n PXY Z (xi , yi , zi ) = i=1 for xn ∈ X n , y n ∈ Y n , z n ∈ Z n .

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This is a generalization of Lemma 23 in Holenstein’s paper [Hol07]. We then conclude that the provers can not win the game im with probability greater than ω ♦ (G) + . 1 (RazHolenstein). , PU is a product distribution over U1 , . . U ) and let W be some event, then the following holds: PUi |W − PUi ≤ · log i=1 1 Pr[W ] For completeness, we include the proof of the lemma in full version of the paper. 1. 2. Let PT U = PT PU1 |T PU2 |T · · · PU then the following holds: PT Ui |W − PT |W PUi |T ≤ |T and let W be some event, · log i=1 1 Pr[W ] For the proof see full version of the paper.

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