Coalitions in the quantum Minority game: Classical cheats and quantum bullies

@article{Flitney2007CoalitionsIT,
  title={Coalitions in the quantum Minority game: Classical cheats and quantum bullies},
  author={Adrian P. Flitney and Andrew D. Greentree},
  journal={Physics Letters A},
  year={2007},
  volume={362},
  pages={132-137}
}

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