Fixed point theorem for simple quantum strategies in quantum market games
AbstractA simple but nontrivial class of the quantum strategies in buying-selling games is presented. The player moves are a rational buying and an unconditional selling. The possibility of gaining extremal profits in such the games is considered. The entangled merchants hypothesis is proposed.
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