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Gratuit ↠ Game Theory: A Playful Introduction Par Matt Devos – Dcrjservices.co.uk chapter 1 Game Theory: A Playful Introduction, meaning Game Theory: A Playful Introduction, genre Game Theory: A Playful Introduction, book cover Game Theory: A Playful Introduction, flies Game Theory: A Playful Introduction, Game Theory: A Playful Introduction fca9b1c411602 This Book Offers A Gentle Introduction To The Mathematics Of Both Sides Of Game Theory Combinatorial And Classical The Combination Allows For A Dynamic And Rich Tour Of The Subject United By A Common Theme Of Strategic Reasoning The First Four Chapters Develop Combinatorial Game Theory, Beginning With An Introduction To Game Trees And Mathematical Induction, Then Investigating The Games Of Nim And Hackenbush The Analysis Of These Games Concludes With The Cornerstones Of The Sprague Grundy Theorem And The Simplicity Principle The Last Eight Chapters Of The Book Offer A Scenic Journey Through The Mathematical Highlights Of Classical Game Theory This Contains A Thorough Treatment Of Zero Sum Games And The Von Neumann Minimax Theorem, As Well As A Student Friendly Development And Proof Of The Nash Equilibrium Theorem The Folk Theorem, Arrow S Voting Paradox, Evolutionary Biology, Cake Cutting, And Other Engaging Auxiliary Topics Also Appear The Book Is Designed As A Textbook For An Undergraduate Mathematics Class With Ample Material And Limited Dependencies Between The Chapters, The Book Is Adaptable To A Variety Of Situations And A Range Of Audiences Instructors, Students, And Independent Readers Alike Will Appreciate The Flexibility In Content Choices As Well As The Generous Sets Of Exercises At Various LevelsMatt DeVos, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC, Canada Deborah A Kent, Drake University, Des Moines, IAThis Book Offers A Gentle Introduction To The Mathematics Of Both Sides Of Game Theory Combinatorial And Classical The Combination Allows For A Dynamic And Rich Tour Of The Subject United By A Common Theme Of Strategic Reasoning The First Four Chapters Develop Combinatorial Game Theory, Beginning With An Introduction To Game Trees And Mathematical Induction, Then Investigating The Games Of Nim And Hackenbush The Analysis Of These Games Concludes With The Cornerstones Of The Sprague Grundy Theorem And The Simplicity Principle The Last Eight Chapters Of The Book Offer A Scenic Journey Through The Mathematical Highlights Of Classical Game Theory This Contains A Thorough Treatment Of Zero Sum Games And The Von Neumann Minimax Theorem, As Well As A Student Friendly Development And Proof Of The Nash Equilibrium Theorem The Folk Theorem, Arrow S Voting Paradox, Evolutionary Biology, Cake Cutting, And Other Engaging Auxiliary Topics Also Appear The Book Is Designed As A Textbook For An Undergraduate Mathematics Class With Ample Material And Limited Dependencies Between The Chapters, The Book Is Adaptable To A Variety Of Situations And A Range Of Audiences Instructors, Students, And Independent Readers Alike Will Appreciate The Flexibility In Content Choices As Well As The Generous Sets Of Exercises At Various LevelsMatt DeVos, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC, Canada Deborah A Kent, Drake University, Des Moines, IA


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