# Paradoxical probabilistic behavior for strongly correlated many-body classical systems

@article{Jauregui2015ParadoxicalPB, title={Paradoxical probabilistic behavior for strongly correlated many-body classical systems}, author={Max Jauregui and Constantino Tsallis}, journal={Physics Letters A}, year={2015}, volume={379}, pages={1816-1820} }

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