SICCSE Special Session (2003-02-20, Reno, NV)
Everything you always wanted to know about game theory*
*...but were afraid to ask
Slides & Handouts
Resources (...the best are highlighted)
- Beasley, John D. The Mathematics of Games. Oxford University Press, 1989.
- Berlekemp, E., Conway, J., and Guy, R. Winning Ways for Your Mathematical Plays, Volume 1 & 2. Academic Press Inc., 1982.
- Conway, John "On Numbers and Games" Academic Press, London/NY, 1976
- Nowakowski, R. Games of No Chance. Cambridge University Press, 1996.
- Nowakowski, R. More Games of No Chance. Cambridge University Press, 2002.
- Cut-the-knot -- Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles
- Prof. Elwyn Berlekamp -- Premier combinatorial GT researcher in the United States. He maintains a What's HOT in GT site.
- Prof. David Wolfe -- Combinatorial GT researcher, protegé of Prof. Berlekamp
- Bell, R. C. Board and Table Games from Many Civilizations. Oxford University Press, 1979.
- Bell, R. C. The Boardgame Book. Exeter Books, 1983.
- Bell, R and Cornelius, M. Board Games Round the World: A Resource Book for Mathematical Investigations. Cambridge University Press, 1988.
- Brandreth, Gyles. The World's Best Indoor Games. Pantheon Books, 1981.
- GAMESMAN -- Dan's Computational GT Software (written in C and Tcl/Tk)
- GamesCrafters -- Dan's Computational GT undergraduate research group
- Shall We Play a Game? -- Dan's Nifty Assignment presented at SIGCSE 2002
- Binmore, K. Fun and Games: A Text on Game Theory. D. C. Heath and Company, 1992.
- Singleton, Robert R. and Tyndall, William F. Games and Programs: Mathematics for Modeling. W. H. Freeman and Company, 1974.
- Williams, J. D. The Compleat Strategyst. Dover Publications, Inc., 1982.
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