More Games of No Chance
by Richard J. Nowakowski
Publisher: Cambridge University Press 2002
Number of pages: 536
This book is a state-of-the-art look at combinatorial games, that is, games not involving chance or hidden information. It contains articles by some of the foremost researchers and pioneers of combinatorial game theory. The articles run the gamut from new theoretical approaches to the very latest in some of the hottest games.
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by John D. Williams - RAND Corporation
When this book was originally published in 1954, game theory was an esoteric and mysterious subject. Its popularity today can be traced at least in part to this book, which popularized the subject for amateurs and professionals throughout the world.
by Krzysztof Apt, Robert van Rooij - Amsterdam University Press
This volume testifies to the importance of game theory as a tool to capture the concepts of strategy, interaction, argumentation, communication, cooperation and competition. It provides evidence for the richness of game theory and its applications.
by J. Orlin Grabbe - arXiv
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