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The (Co-)Location Sharing Game

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Bluffing computer? Computer strategies to the Perudo game

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A computational model of outguessing in two-player non-cooperative games

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Some New ‘Short Games’ Within a Set of Tennis

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Together or Alone: The Price of Privacy in Collaborative Learning

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Validation of Sensor-Based Game Analysis Tools in Tennis

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A Framework for the Game-theoretic Analysis of Censorship Resistance

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Parallel enumeration of degree sequences of simple graphs II

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Privacy Games: Optimal User-Centric Data Obfuscation

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Data Mining in Elite Beach Volleyball – Detecting Tactical Patterns Using Market Basket Analysis

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