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  1. The Compleat Strategyst: Being a Primer on the Theory of Games of Strategy by J. D. Williams, 1986-05-01
  2. Moral Calculations : Game Theory, Logic and Human Frailty by Laszlo Mero, 1998-07-01
  3. Online Game Interactivity Theory (Advances in Computer Graphics and Game Development Series) by Markus Friedl, 2002-10-25
  4. A Gentle Introduction to Game Theory (Mathematical World, Vol. 13) (Mathematical World) by Saul Stahl, 1999-01
  5. Winning in Tough Hold 'em Games: Short-Handed and High-Stakes Concepts and Theory for Limit Hold 'em by Nick "Stoxtrader" Grudzien, Geoff "Zobags" Herzog, 2007-04-01
  6. Games in Economic Development by Bruce Wydick, 2008-01-14
  7. Game Theory and National Security by Steven Brams, D. Marc Kilgour, 1988-04
  8. Teaching Games For Understanding: Theory, Research, And Practice
  9. Game Theory and Business Applications (International Series in Operations Research & Management Science)
  10. Decision Making using Game Theory: An Introduction for Managers by Anthony Kelly, 2003-05-19
  11. Introduction to the Theory of Games by J. C. C. McKinsey, 2003-04-25
  12. Cooperative Games on Combinatorial Structures (THEORY AND DECISION LIBRARY C: Game Theory, Mathematical Programming and) (Theory and Decision Library C) by Jesús Mario Bilbao, 2000-02-01
  13. Dynamic Noncooperative Game Theory (Classics in Applied Mathematics) by Tamer Basar, Geert Jan Olsder, 1987-01-01
  14. Lessons in Play: An Introduction to Combinatorial Game Theory by Michael H. Albert, Richard J. Nowakowski, et all 2007-02-28

121. ICORGT-2000
The third international conference being organized by the Indian Statistical Institute, this time jointly with IIT, Madras. Chennai, IIT, Madras, January 37, 2000.
International Conference on Operations Research (ICOR-2004)
Dates: January Venue: Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata(Calcutta) , India
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International Conference on Operations Research and Game Theory
with Economic and Industrial Applications
Chennai, IIT, Madras, January 3-7, 2000
Previous page Home page Next page Welcome to the ICORGT-2000 information server. The International Conference on Operations Research and game theory with Economic and Industrial Applications -2000 is the third international conference being organized by Indian Statistical Institute, this time jointly with IIT, Madras. The previous conference was held at Bangalore in January 1996 and was organised jointly with Indian Institute of Science and Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Study. The Place of the meeting for ICORGT-2000 is Indian Institute of Technology, Madras at Chennai. Chennai (the previous name is Madras) is one of the four metropoletan cities of India.
Information on ICORGT-2000
Introduction Call for Papers Committees and Sponsors Organizing committee, Local organizing Committee, ISI-IIT coordination committee, International advisory committee and Programme coordinating Committee

122. Science> Mathematics> Game_Theory
game theory the abstract study of games, or the mathematics of competition andcooperation analyzes situations in terms of gains and losses of opposing
EncycloZine Astronomy Biology Chemistry ... Game Theory: Analysis of Conflict Roger B. Myerson Games of Strategy Avinash K. Dixit, Susan Skeath The Essential John Nash John Nash, Harold William Kuhn, Sylvia Nasar Game Theory and the Law Douglas G. Baird, Robert H. Gertner, Randal C. Picker A First Course in Optimization Theory Rangarajan K. Sundaram Handbook of Applied Optimization P. M. Pardalos, Mauricio G. C. Resende The Statistical Analysis of Failure Time Data John D. Kalbfleisch, Ross L. Prentice Evolutionary Games and Population Dynamics Josef Hofbauer, Karl Sigmund Fundamentals of Queueing Theory Donald Gross, Carl M. Harris Winning Ways for Your Mathematical Plays Volume 2 Elwyn Berlekamp, John Conway, Richard Guy
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About Us A - Z Site Map Top Pages ... Cell Phones See also: Mathematics Economics Games ... Mathematics Game theory the abstract study of games, or the mathematics of competition and cooperation analyzes situations in terms of gains and losses of opposing players. Two major theories about modern life have come out of games. The first is probability theory , which was first developed out of games of chance in the 17th century by Blaise Pascal . The strategies used to achieve success on the game board can also be applied in many real-life situations. Game theory is a system for predicting how people should optimally behave in situations of conflict. In a typical game, decision-making "players," who each have their own goals, try to outsmart one another by anticipating each other's decisions; the game is resolved as a consequence of the players' decisions. A solution to a game prescribes the decisions the players should make and describes the game's appropriate outcome.

123. 91: Game Theory, Economics, Social And Behavioral Sciences
91 game theory, economics, social and behavioral sciences. Introduction. History.For the history of game theory try this web site.
Search Subject Index MathMap Tour ... Help! ABOUT: Introduction History Related areas Subfields
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91: Game theory, economics, social and behavioral sciences
This category also includes game theory, which is actually not about games at all but rather about optimization; which combination of strategies leads to an optimal outcome. This area also includes mathematical economics.
For the history of Game Theory try this web site
Applications and related fields
Combinatorial games (that is, real games for fun), possibly a portion of 90D46.
  • Game theory
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  • Mathematical sociology (including anthropology)
  • Mathematical psychology
  • Other social and behavioral sciences (mathematical treatment)
This area was formed in 2000 from what were parts of 90, 92, and other areas. Browse all (old) classifications for this area at the AMS.
Textbooks, reference works, and tutorials
References to game theory:
  • Guy, Richard K.: "What is a game?" Games of no chance (Berkeley, CA, 1994), 4360, Math. Sci. Res. Inst. Publ., 29; Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge, 1996. MR98a:90167. An earlier, similar paper appeared in Combinatorial games (Columbus, OH, 1990), 121, Proc. Sympos. Appl. Math., 43, Amer. Math. Soc., Providence, RI, 1991. CMP1095537
  • Williams, J. D.: "The compleat strategyst, being a primer on the theory of games of strategy." McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., New York-Toronto-London, 1954. 234 pp. MR15,812e

124. IMGTA
IMGTA will be held in the island of Ischia, Italy, from 11 to 14 July 2001, under the sponsorship of the Interuniversitary Center for game theory and Applications (CITG). This meeting continues the series of alternating Italian and Spanish conferences on game theory. The deadline for submission of abstract is 30.03.01.
The journal IJGT ( International Journal of Game Theory) will dedicate a special issue to papers presented at the XIV Italian Meeting on Game Theory and Applications. Papers submitted for publication in this special issue will be subject to the same refereeing process as other submissions to the IJGT . Please indicate that the paper is for the special issue. Deadline for submission is December 31.

125. Gambit Game Theory Analysis Software And Tools
game theory software package
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Please update your bookmarks accordingly. We would like to thank the Division of Humanities and Social Sciences at Caltech for their generous hosting and support of Gambit.

126. - Videogame Theory
2003). Simulation versus Narrative Introduction to Ludology in The Video GameTheory Reader, Edited by Mark JP Wolf Bernard Perron. Routledge, 2003.
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    127. Message Board: IOTheory Discussion Board
    THE APPLIED game theory / IO THEORY VILLAGE. This forum was originally set up tofoster interaction among researchers at select universities working in the iotheory

    128. Social Science Experimental Laboratory
    Dedicated to research in game theory, Resource Allocation and Design, Market Trading Mechanisms, Group and Individual Behavior, and Computational Economics.
    W elcome to the new Social Science Experimental Laboratory. One of the largest of its kind in the world, this new facility is dedicated to research in Game Theory, Resource Allocation and Design, Market Trading Mechanisms, Group and Individual Behavior, and Computational Economics.
    The facility represents the state of the art in experimental facilities in Economics, Political Science and related fields in the Social and Management Sciences.
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    129. TCS: Tech Central Station - The Game Theory Of Nuclear Proliferation
    Font Size The game theory of Nuclear Proliferation.By Tyler Cowen, Published, 09/25/2003.
    HOME related articles The Bomb Maker Dictators and Double Standards Redux Madder Than MAD Modern Alchemy
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    Today's newspapers are filled with tales of nuclear proliferation. North Korea claims to have at least one nuclear weapon and Iran appears to be not far behind. More generally, the spread of science soon will put nuclear weapons within the reach of many more political units. Terrorists are one big problem, but let us focus on countries, which are ahead in the race. How worried should we be about proliferation? After all, the only time that nuclear weapons were used was when only a single country, the United States, had the bomb. What would the world be like with many more nuclear powers? The optimistic scenario runs as follows: once a country has nuclear weapons, its behavior will change. Nuclear weapons will give it more regional influence and a greater ability to extract concessions, favors, and tribute from its neighbors. The leaders will then have more to lose and will behave conservatively rather than recklessly. Think of the former Soviet Union. An evil government if there ever was one, but the country carried around an empire of influence, which gave them a vested interest in the status quo of the time. An Iran with nuclear weapons might pursue an analogous path. An extreme optimist could give the argument a further twist. An Iran with nuclear weapons would be a supreme Islamic power in the Middle East (Pakistan tends to obsess about India, not Israel). It could extend its reach and push around the Arab countries. It might hold power jealously and distance itself from radical terrorists. We also can imagine that a new and "arrogant" nuclear power, whether Islamic or not, would itself become a new regional target, thereby distracting terrorist attention from the United States.

    130. Summer Festival In Game Theory Archive
    Programs and downloadable books of abstracts for the annual Summer Festival in game theory held in Stony Brook, New York from 1990 to the present.

    131. Algorithmic Game Theory
    AGATE 2004 1st Bertinoro Workshop on Algorithmic game theory 59 July 2004University of Bologna Residential Center Bertinoro (Forlì), Italy.
    AGATE 2004
    1st Bertinoro Workshop on Algorithmic GAme ThEory 5-9 July 2004
    University of Bologna Residential Center

    Forlì ), Italy What the Meeting is About
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    What the meeting is about
    Many notions in game theory are inherently computational, and in recent years, their efficient computational aspects have been important to several application areas, e.g. Internet related applications.
    The workshop will focus on the following topics: fair resource allocations, Nash equilibria, market equilibria, mechanism design, auctions, fair cost allocations, stability and resource management for Internet. Fellowships: A certain number of BICI-Unesco(ROSTE) grants are available. Students and young researchers that do not qualify can send an expression of interest to any member of the Organizing Committee.
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    132. Noel Johnson
    Personal homepage describing research in the economic history of old regime France, game theory and development economics.

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    Updated November 10, 2003 Noel D. Johnson Washington University
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    I'm a graduate student in the Economics Department at Washington University . Beginning in the Spring semester of 2004 I will start my new job as an assistant professor at California State University - Long Beach. My dissertation is on the evolution of institutions which constrained early-modern French monarchs. In particular, I study the evolution of the Royal Revenue Farms (or Tax Farmers) from small competitively auctioned-off units into a single monopoly during the early-modern period. The Tax Farmers emerged during the eighteenth century as a powerful check on Royal authority and thus offer insights into why the Absolute Monarchy persisted for so long and why it ended when it did. This research resonates with many issues faced by development and public economists. It is an interesting case study in how bureaucracies develop and, more importantly, why bureaucracy may help solve credible commitment issues. Aside from economic history, my other research interests include public economics, economic development, and institutional economics. I've taught classes in international economics, money and banking, introductory macroeconomics, and introductory microeconomics.

    133. DIMACS Workshop On Economics, Game Theory, And The Internet
    Sponsored by the Center for Discrete Mathematics and Computer Science (DIMACS) at Rutgers University, New Jersey.
    DIMACS Workshop on Economics, Game Theory, and the Internet
    April 18-19 1997
    DIMACS, CoRE Building, Rutgers University
    Eric Friedman , Department of Economics, Rutgers University,
    Richard Mclean , Department of Economics, Rutgers University
    Scott Shenker , Xerox PARC,
    Presented under the auspices of the Special Year on Networks Other Workshops DIMACS Homepage Contacting the Center
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    134. O P E N S O R C E R Y . N E T
    Smart feminist analysis of games and game theory.

    135. Stochastic Methods In Decision And Game Theory, With Applications
    Weeklong conference and school held in Erice, Italy.

    136. Game Theory .net - Course Textbooks, Books, And Articles
    game theory and Sun Tzu text books and readings
    A resource for educators and students of game theory.
    Game theory textbooks, readers, and related texts. View game theory texts ... Search Books View online books ...
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    An Introductory Sketch of Game Theory
    Roger A. McCain A Short, Introductory Report on Game Theory (PDF)
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    On War
    Karl von Clausewitz The Art of War
    Sun Tzu The Prince
    Niccola Machiavelli A Book of Five Rings
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    137. Logic, Game Theory And Social Choice
    Second International Conference held in SaintPetersburg, Russia. Organized by the Russian Academy of Sciences and St.Petersburg State University.
    June 21-24, 2001
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    Topics Call for papers Preliminary Program ... Other information LOGIC, GAME THEORY and SOCIAL CHOICE
    Second International Conference
    Saint-Petersburg, Russia June 21-24, 2001
    organized by St.Petersburg Institute for Economics and Mathematics,
    Russian Academy of Sciences,
    St.Petersburg State University,
    faculty of Applied Mathematics - Control Processes
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    138. Dipartimento Di Informatica - Università Di Torino
    Department of Informatics. Research groups concentrate on knowledge representation and reasoning, machine learning, natural language processing, databases and information systems, decision making models and management systems, informatic technology, linear programming, integer linear programming, game theory, logic programming and automated reasoning, mathematical logic, performance analysis, modelling in biology and medicine, cooperative systems, multidimensional signal processing, security and computer networks, semantics and logics of computation.
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    139. LGS3
    Aimed at developing theoretical connections between the three fields. Held in Certosa di Pontignano (Siena), Italy.
    Certosa di Pontignano (Siena), September 11-14, 2003 Following LGS1 (Tilburg 1999) and LGS2 (St.Petersburg 2001), LGS3 will bring into focus the developing theoretical connections between logic and game theory, game theory and social choice, logic and social choice. The conference program will consist of invited lectures and contributed papers Submissions of contributed papers are invited. Papers focussing on connections between the relevant disciplines are especially encouraged by the Program Committee.
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    140. J. Neil Bearden
    Cognitive and science, game theory, complex systems and computational modeling (Univ. of North Carolina, USA)

    J. Neil Bearden

    L. L. Thurstone Psychometric Laboratory

    The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (lop off the spam before trying to email me)
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