They can be organized to a collusive group or chain through collaborating with each other to promote their reputation values or to decrease other peers' reputation values, such as the colluders
in Maze or eBay system;
Table 3 below classifies the subjects as either tacit colluders
according to the definition above.
For example, the algorithm  produces orthogonal fingerprinting for each customer, the fingerprinting is then modulated by the cover video, and correlation detection is used to determine the ownership or colluders
from the copies.
To Iran, those entrusted with the Palestinian cause quickly turn to defeatists, colluders
When the Menzies mission to Cairo failed, the colluders
felt they were that much closer to their concerted use of force.
The pair believe the presence of sophisticated embedded ACC technology in digital resources, with its ability to unmask colluders
, will be such a powerful deterrent that it actually will prevent these kinds of piracy attempts.
Leading sites also operate state-of-the-art computer programs designed to prevent collusion, detect fraud patterns and identify colluders
24) Historians--some of them willing scholarly colluders
in the racist ideologies of the 1930s and 1940s (25)--did nothing to address the problem, and the musical public had little repertoire upon which to base any more substantive views.
Even if price agreements are made and enforced, colluders
can "cheat" by competing on the basis of quality, delivery or service, warranties, or other add-ons.
The cooperative efforts of colluders
can create the impression that controls are being followed.
It is not a pretty picture, and there are plenty of villains, colluders
, and bystanders to go around.