More Games of No Chance (Richard J. Nowakowski)

 
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More Games of No Chance (Richard J. Nowakowski)

A cutting-edge examination of combinatorial games can be found in this interesting collection of essays by some of the leading experts in the area.

The articles cover a wide range of topics, including cutting-edge developments in some of the most popular video games, like Amazons, Chomp, Dot-and-Boxes, Go, Chess, and Hex, as well as new theoretical frameworks in which computer science now plays an equal role with mathematics. The majority of articles provide information that can be used to play or analyze the games, and some even go so far as to provide explicit solutions. All serious combinatorial games fans should have this book on their shelf, just like their predecessor, Games of No Chance.

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About the Authors
Michael H. Albert is a senior lecturer in the department of pc technology at the college of Otago, New Zealand. previously he held positions at Carnegie Mellon college and the college of Waterloo. He has authored many papers on recreation principles. Richard J. Nowakowski turned into born in Barnsley, England on March 29, 1952.
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Reissue edition (February 17, 2011); eBook (2002)
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548 pages
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PDF and PostScript Files
ISBN-10
0521155630
ISBN-13
978-0521155632

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