### Matrix models for quantum permutations

Michael Brannan
A quantum permutation (or magic unitary) is given by a square matrix whose entries are self-adjoint projections acting on a common Hilbert space $H$ with the property that the row and column sums each add up to the identity operator. Quantum permutations are operator-valued analogues of ordinary permutation matrices and they arise naturally in both quantum group theory and also in the study of quantum strategies for certain non-local games. From the perspective of non-local...
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