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I'm trying to collect examples of exhibiting an adversary to prove that a Boolean function is evasive. I know of several examples of graph properties for which adversary methods have been used, i.e. graph connectedness and containing a triangle, however I'm hoping to find other interesting examples.

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Google for "Lecture Notes on Evasiveness of Graph Properties". – Neal Young Dec 23 '12 at 19:54
More precisely: see for Neal Young's notes from a lecture course given by László Lovász at Princeton in 1990. – András Salamon Apr 30 '15 at 12:06

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