Extensive games of imperfect information, together with the associated semantic machinery, can be brought to bear on logical aspects of quantum-theoretic phenomena. Among other things, this kinship implies that prepositional logic of informational independence is useful in understanding such quantum theoretic issues as non-locality and EPR-type paradoxes, and that quantum logic exhibits the overall game-theoretical notion of uncertainty.
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