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Rede door Prof.dr Jan van Leeuwen
Universiteit Utrecht, 20 december 2011.

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Een uitgebreide versie van de toespraak is als boekje gratis verkrijgbaar bij: Departement Informatica, Universiteit Utrecht, Princetonplein 5, 3584 CC Utrecht, zolang de voorraad strekt (per email bij: G.W.P.Leebeek -- at -- uu.nl).

Literatuur

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  28. A. Thomas, J. van Leeuwen, The parameterized complexity of pure Nash equilibria, submitted, 2011.

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