A fast no-rejection algorithm for the Category Game

@article{Tria2011AFN,
  title={A fast no-rejection algorithm for the Category Game},
  author={Francesca Tria and Animesh Mukherjee and Andrea Baronchelli and Andrea Puglisi and Vittorio Loreto},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2011},
  volume={abs/1012.3583}
}
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