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Quantum Game Theory — II

A Comprehensive Study


The following article is a continuation the article titled Quantum Game Theory — I: A Comprehensive Study [1], that appeared in the May issue of Resonance.

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Indranil Ghosh is a graduate student doing post graduation in physics specialising in condensed matter physics, from the Department of Physics, Jadavpur University, Kolkata. His research interests include computational physics, numerical computing, quantum mechanics and quantum computing.

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Ghosh, I. Quantum Game Theory — II. Reson 26, 791–812 (2021).

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