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Lessons in Play: An Introduction to Combinatorial Game Theory: An Introduction to the Combinatorial Theory of Games [Englisch] [Gebundene Ausgabe]

Michael H. Albert , Richard Nowakowski , David Wolfe

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28. Februar 2007
Combinatorial games are games of pure strategy involving two players, with perfect information and no element of chance. Starting from the very basics of gameplay and strategy, the authors cover a wide range of topics, from game algebra to special classes of games. Classic techniques are introduced and applied in novel ways to analyze both old and new games, several appearing for the first time in this book.

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This is an excellent introductory book to beginning game theory, written in an easily understandable manner yet advanced enough not to be considered trivial. -Books Online, July 2007 The first book to present combinatorial game theory in the form of a textbook suitable for students at the advanced undergraduate level ... The authors state and prove theorems in a rigorous fashion [and] the presentation is enlivened with many concrete examples ... an outstanding textbook ... It will also be of interest to more advanced readers who want an introduction to combinatorial game theory. -Brian Borchers, June 2007 The theory is accessible to any student who has a smattering of general algebra and discrete math. Generally, a third year college student, but any good high school student should be able to follow the development with a little help. -Sir Read a Lot, May 2007 Lessons in Play is an enticing introduction to the wonderful world of combinatorial games. Using a rich collection of cleverly captivating examples and problems, the authors lead the reader through the basic concepts and on to several innovative extensions. I highly recommend this book. -Elwyn R. Berlekamp A neat machine, converting novices into enthusiastic experts in modern combinatorial game theory. -Aviezri Fraenkel Combinatorial games are intriguing, challenging, and often counter-intuitive, and are rapidly being recognized as an important mathematical discipline. Now that we have the attractive and friendly text Lessons in Play in hand, we can look forward to the appearance of many popular upper-division undergraduate courses, which encourage instructors to learn alongside their students. -Richard K. Guy ... If you have Winning Ways, you must have this book. -Andy Liu


"Lessons in Play" is the authoritative book on combinatorial game theory. As the perfect complement to "Winning Ways", it is a formal, yet playful introduction to the subject and covers all the core concepts needed to understand and play combinatorial games. Topics covered include symmetry and strategy stealing, the algebra of games, impartial, hot, and all-small games, and the partial order of games.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Clearer exposition than Winning Ways 18. Dezember 2013
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More like a textbook for use in a course than the seminal work Winning Ways. The best option is to have both, but I'd start with this one.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Approachable alternative to On Numbers and Games 19. Oktober 2013
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This book gives the reader a first look at a mathematical field known as "combinatorical game theory," which is (in short) the mathematical theory of board games and paper-pencil games. The field is surprisingly deep, and this book is very good at introducing the reader to it. No real mathematical knowledge is needed to understand the theory other than basic arithmetic, however it does help to know proof techniques and have some mathematical skills. If you do not like math, do not get this book! Although this text is approachable, this doesn't mean that it's for everyone! However, I enjoyed it immensely and would recommend it to anyone who wants a bit of a challenge but not something that is incomprehensible.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great textbook. 9. Oktober 2012
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Bought this as my class textbook. Got it at a lower price than usual to. Great book on combinatorial games.
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