Commit a177ae70 authored by Nick Ham's avatar Nick Ham

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\item Des FitzGerald, without whom the author would unlikely have been able to explore symmetric games for the thesis component of his honours year at the University of Tasmania, and who has been useful for advice since;
\item Jeremy Sumner for proof-reading early drafts with a number of useful suggestions;
\item Noah Stein who introduced the author to his doctoral work at MIT and patiently answered a number of questions from the author, many of which were rather stupid in hindsight. Note the author purposefully omitted Noah from the acknowledgements in previous versions of this paper uploaded to the arXiv due to the author's uncertainty about whether the author would be dismissed, especially prior to the author making the discussions on fairness more concrete and precise;
\item Noah Stein who introduced the author to his doctoral work at MIT (note the author had already identified and pointed out the mistake by Maskin and Dasgupta, and was working on the label-independent notions at the time of coming across Stein on the website reddit.com), and who answered a number of questions from the author, many of which were rather stupid in hindsight. Note the author purposefully omitted Stein from the acknowledgements in previous versions of this paper uploaded to the arXiv due to the author's uncertainty about whether the author would be dismissed, especially prior to the author making the discussions on fairness more concrete and precise;
\item Asaf Plan who identified a mistake with the proof of Theorem \ref{basicsymequivthm}, which the author has since corrected (the author apologises that he forgot to acknowledge Asaf in at least one version uploaded to the arXiv since Asaf pointed the mistake out);
\item several anonymous referees whose useful comments have helped improve the exposition of this paper along with suggesting a number of relevant references; and
\item Martin Osborne, whose {\tt sgamevar} {\LaTeX} style file, see \cite{SGAMESTY}, was used for the example games throughout this paper.
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