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Games and Decisions: Introduction and Critical Survey by R. Duncan Luce
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Games and Decisions: Introduction and Critical Survey
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Eight helpful appendixes present proofs of the famous minimax theorem, several geometric interpretations of two-person zero-sum games, solution procedures, infinite games, sequential compounding of games, and linear programming. He lufe a member of the university faculty for 37 years before retiring in Readers should be prepared to chew on the math behind decision making strategies and rationality.
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Following a lecturership at Harvard University from tohe became a professor at the University of Pennsylvania inand was awarded the Benjamin Franklin Professorship of Psychology in Theory of Games and Statistical Decisions. Eight helpful appendixes present proofs of the famous minimax theorem, several geometric interpretations of two-person zero-sum games, solution procedures, infinite games, sequential compounding of games, and linear programming.
The authors’ are know the subject matter, and write well; the book is logically organized, with interesting chapters.