Abstract

The concept of nonseparability between spin and orbital degrees of freedom of laser modes is applied in the implementation of the quantum prisoners dilemma. The quantum version of the game brings novel features with a richer universe of strategies and is one of the basic examples to illustrate the concepts of game theory. Exploiting the classical paraxial spin–orbit modes, we implemented the most important strategies that can be achieved in the quantum version of the game.

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