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  1. A Brilliant Madness: The story of Nobel Prize winning mathematician John Nash - PBS
    "The story of a mathematical genius whose career was cut short by a descent into madness." Read a synopsis of the documentary, the film's transcript, primary sources such as John Nash's dissertation, his Nobel autobiography, and more. Based on the documentary, the teacher's guide provides suggestions for activities in civics, history, economics, and geography. Special features include an in-depth interview with Nash and game theory explained by Avinash Dixit: "What do NYPD Blue, soccer penalty kicks, union negotiators, OPEC, and crying children have in common?" The gallery features American Nobel Economists; the section People & Events includes the essay "Math and Science Achievement in the U.S." With a timeline and several other resources about mental illnesses such as schizophrenia and treatments such as insulin coma therapy. more>>

  2. Economic and Game Theory - David K. Levine, Department of Economics, UCLA
    A site that uses the tools of modern economic theory and game theory to explore how the interaction of intelligent goal-seeking individuals determines social outcomes. The site offers general interest material, undergraduate and graduate course material, and original research. Play interactive games; download papers in PDF format; or post questions and answers to the moderated Economic and Game Theory Forum. more>>

  3. Game Theory in the News - Mike Shor
    A regularly updated archive of news articles about game theory or probability. Hundreds of articles currently archived are indexed by mathematical theme or by area of application, including evolutionary biology, computer science, politics, and economics. more>>

  4. Game Theory, Linear/Non-Linear Programming - Math Forum
    Links to some of the best Internet resources for game theory and linear or non-linear programming: Web sites, software, Internet projects, publications, and public forums for discussion. more>>

  5. The International Journal of Game Theory - Dov E. Samet, Editor
    The electronic version of this journal offers abstracts of articles for a recent few years and information on subscribing to the journal and its mailing list, and how to submit articles. more>>

  6. Strategy and Conflict: An Introductory Sketch of Game Theory - Roger A. McCain
    Game theory is an interdisciplinary approach to studying human behavior that touches on computer science, social sciences, and behavioral sciences. Designed as a supplement to existing texts as a means of making the basic ideas a bit more accessible, this site introduces the role of game theory with respect to economics. Analyses of around 19 games and topics are presented (of a list of over 40 intended to be covered) from the Prisoners' Dilemma to the Essence of Bankruptcy. more>>

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  1. Alan Hensel's homepage - Alan Hensel
    Instantaneously convert from decimals to fractions, as you type, with this JavaScript calculator. Hensel, a software developer, also offers a Java version of Conway's Game of Life, as well as interactive Twixt Quarterboard puzzles (Ajax) and a Twixt commentator ...more>>

  2. American Go Association
    Learn to play the ancient Chinese board game called Go in Japan, Baduk in Korea, and Wei-chi in China. Go is said to be 4,000 years old, and is played worldwide. This site lists clubs and resources for beginning and expert players. The AGA provides free ...more>>

  3. Aviezri Fraenkel
    Aviezri Fraenkel is an Israeli mathematician investigating combinatorial game theory. This page offers preprints and recent reprints in postscript format; a comprehensive bibliography on combinatorial games; and links to information on conferences and ...more>>

  4. The Awari Oracle - John Romein
    Play the ancient African "count and capture" strategy board game, related to mancala, and also known as wari, awale, oware, or ayo. Dutch computer scientists from Amsterdam's Vrije Universiteit developed a program that computes the best move and eventual ...more>>

  5. The Boise Problem Book - Marion Scheepers; Dept. of Mathematics, Boise State University, Boise, ID
    Combinatorial games and set theory. Chapters include: Covering games and Memory; Peculiar sets of real numbers and games; Gdelta properties and games; The precipitous ideal game; Cardinal numbers related to the real line; Embedding problems; Gaps; The ...more>>

  6. Books: Professional & Technical: Professional Science: Mathematics - Amazon.com
    Browse bestselling math books from the Professional and Technical Bookstore at Amazon.com, in such categories as Applied; Chaos & Systems; Geometry & Topology; Mathematical Analysis; Mathematical Physics; Number Systems; Pure Mathematics; Transformations; ...more>>

  7. Chinook (champion checkers computer program) - Jonathan Schaeffer, Dept. of Computing Science, Univ. of Alberta
    Chinook is the World Man-Machine Checkers Champion, a title it earned by competing in human tournaments and defeating the best players in the world. Chinook is the by-product of a research effort started in 1989 into game-playing strategies. The long-term ...more>>

  8. Combinatorial Games Page - Erik Demaine
    A combinatorial game usually involves complete information, with no hidden cards and no random randomness - a pure strategy game. Demaine has researched combinatorial puzzles such as Tetris, Clobber, Phutball, Pushing blocks (puzzles involving a robot ...more>>

  9. Combinatorial Game Theory - David Eppstein, Theory Group, ICS, UC Irvine
    A list of links to materials on the Web. Combinatorial Game Theory studies strategies and mathematics of two-player games of perfect knowledge such as chess or go (but often either concentrating instead on simpler games such as nim, or solving endgames ...more>>

  10. Cooperative Two Person Generalized (Non-Zero) Sum Game - Elmer G. Wiens; Egwald Web Services Ltd.
    This article uses John Nash's theory to solve the "Battle of the Sexes" two-person cooperative (bargaining) game. It discusses such key concepts as the negotiation set, threat strategies, the Nash function, the negotiated settlement, and the payoff trade-off ...more>>

  11. David Eppstein's Teaching - David Eppstein
    Archives of Information and Computer Science courses in computational statistics, computability, design and analysis of algorithms, computational geometry, game programming (Java versions of mancala, othello, and fanorona), graduate data structures, computational ...more>>

  12. Digital Deletions - Pierre Ysewijn
    An interactive JavaScript version of Conway's Digital Deletions game, in which numbers in a string are lowered to zero or erased. Users can play with different numbers of digits, different strategy levels, different starters, different sources of digits ...more>>

  13. Dots and Boxes - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    The familiar pencil-and-paper game of Dots-and-Boxes can be played on several different levels of sophistication. Elwyn Berlekamp posits that the game can be played on at least four different levels. "Players at any level consistently beat players at ...more>>

  14. Dr Len Fisher: Opening the Door to Science - Len Fisher
    Fisher concentrates on the science of the everyday and making science accessible. His latest book is Rock, Paper, Scissors: Game Theory in Real Life. The site contains excerpts from his books as well as descriptions of his talks, articles about his work, ...more>>

  15. Evolutionary Dynamics - Daniel Rosenbloom
    Problem sets and links to reference books for modeling dynamical systems in evolutionary biology. Course Assistant Rosenbloom's Mathematica tutorials and examples include two HIV scenarios (simple virus dynamics, and virus dynamics for multiple strains) ...more>>

  16. The Five Percent Solution - Keith Devlin (Devlin's Angle)
    "Mathematical disciplines such as statistics, optimization theory, probability theory, queuing theory, control theory, game theory, and operations research are all used routinely in making difficult choices in public policy, health, business, manufacturing, ...more>>

  17. Following Learning - Simon Gregg
    Blog by a primary teacher at the International School of Toulouse (France). Posts, which date back to October, 2013, have included "playground prime numbers"; "Numbers that reconcile"; "Intuition and slow thinking"; "Popup cuboids"; "The Prisoners' Dilemma"; ...more>>

  18. Fritz Dooley's Mancala Center - Fritz Dooley
    Game theory analysis of the board game Mancala, written as a research paper for Harvard Business School. ...more>>

  19. Gambit - Theodore Turocy, Director
    An open-source collection of tools for doing computation in game theory. Gambit lets you build, analyze, and explore game models. ...more>>

  20. GAMES Group - The University of Alberta
    GAMES is a research group for Game-playing, Analytical methods, Minimax search and Empirical Studies. It produces real-time programs for strategic game such as Amazons, Awari, Checkers, Chess, Domineering, Go, Hex, Lines of Action, Othello, Poker, RoShamBo, ...more>>

  21. Game Theory .net - Mike Shor
    Lecture notes, text book reviews, and interactive applets and games, print and online tests and quizzes, a section on game theory in pop culture, and links to other resources on the web. ...more>>

  22. Harvard Sports Analysis Collective
    Dedicated to the quantitative analysis of sports strategy and management, this Harvard student organization focuses on the intersection of sports, sports business, statistics, and problem solving. Original analysis and research into sports analytics authored ...more>>

  23. The International Society of Dynamic Games (ISDG)
    Organization for the study of the theory and applications of dynamic games. Publishes two journals, Annals of Dynamic Games and International Game Theory Review. Conferences, newsletter, mailing list and membership information. ...more>>

  24. Introduction to Game Theory: Wining Business in A Competitive Environment - Prof. Hossein Arsham; University of Baltimore
    Presents the theory of two-person, zero-sum games. Applications to optimal portfolio selections in investment decisions together with risk assessment are presented. ...more>>

  25. IQFlash.com - Sergey Melnikov
    Logic and math games include a variation of Nim, Rhumb Line (similar to tic-tac-toe), and Breakfast Brainstorm (rotate the pans in order to make each of the four numbers equal 20 as soon as possible). Strategy articles include games such as tic-tac-toe, ...more>>

  26. Iterated Prisoners' Dilemma - Delayaye, Mathieu, Beaufils
    A comprehensive source of information on the Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma, and on the representation, study of, and knowledge about cooperation (and evolution of cooperation) between agents. Strategies, references (papers in English and French, bibliography), ...more>>

  27. Journal of Difference Equations and Applications
    This journal presents papers on difference equations and the academic, analytical and engineering problems in which they arise. The journal is composed of original research, expository and review articles, as well as papers that present new concepts in ...more>>

  28. Mathematical/Abstract Games in Portuguese - Jorge Nuno Silva
    A site devoted to mathematical games: find information about the games and their strategies, exchange them online, compete in contests such as the Campeonato Nacional de Jogos Matemáticos (CNJM), participate in discussion forums, and more. Games ...more>>

  29. Mathematics Illuminated - Annenberg Media
    A video course for adult learners, high school and college teachers; 13 half-hour video programs, online text, course guide, and Web site; graduate credit available. "Rather than a series of problems to be solved, mathematics is presented as play we engage ...more>>

  30. Math Explorers' Club - Cornell Department of Mathematics
    Self-contained modules of activities and other materials for middle and high school teachers to give their students experience with more advanced topics in mathematics, such as combinatorics and cryptology, graph theory, probability and applications, ...more>>

  31. Math Games for Fun - Ciciu Alexandru
    JavaScript games of logic, game theory, memory, and graph theory: lights off, flipping triangles, peg solitaire, place 7 balls, Nim and bogus Nim, Mastermind, the four knights, Josephus Flavius, and more. Click the "game strategy" button for hints. ...more>>

  32. Math Is Power Math Puzzles - National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering (NACME)
    Six Shockwave games. CodeBreaker requires using trial and error to deduce the correct string of colored circles, given feedback on position and quantity. In Space Tag, two players take turns moving on a grid, one of them attempting to occupy the other's ...more>>

  33. Maths Illustrated (review of A Beautiful Mind) - Lynne Butler, Haverford College
    Download or read online Butler's review of the movie A Beautiful Mind, originally published in the April, 2002 Notices of the AMS. Learn about the movie's internal references to game theory, and other details and discrepancies involved in its filming, ...more>>

  34. Maxwell's Demon - Edmund Harriss
    Harriss, a mathematician and artist of substitution tilings, tilings with a scaling symmetry like the Penrose Tiling, writes that "the major themes of this blog revolve around mathematics communication and mathematics art." His posts, which date back ...more>>

  35. Mind Your Decisions: Game Theory Tuesdays - Presh Talwalkar
    An archive of weekly blog posts of articles about game theory. The articles cover probability, politics, personal finance, and economics. The focus is on building strategic thinking and improving outcomes, particularly for personal finance. ...more>>

  36. Minesweeper Logic - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    In the basic version of this Windows-based game, the player faces a gray landscape of 64 blank squares in an eight-by-eight grid. The object is to locate 10 randomly placed "land mines" hidden among the playing field's squares, working as quickly as possible ...more>>

  37. ncase - Nicky Case
    Interactive projects that illuminate principles of game theory, logic, and other topics, such as the parable of the paragons (with Vi Hart), coming out simulator (a half-true game about half-truths), and sight & light (how to create 2D visibility/shadows ...more>>

  38. Nice Guys Finish First (Sometimes) (MatheMUSEments!) - Ivars Peterson (Math Muse for Kids)
    There's trouble in the schoolyard. A kid has accused you and your pals of doing something you shouldn't have. You have to decide whether to stick with the gang or go your own way. You're not completely sure you can trust your friends, so you face a tough ...more>>

  39. Operations Research - Elmer G. Wiens; Egwald Web Services Ltd.
    Operations research - game theory and linear programming: an online linear programming solver; and an online solver of two-person zero sum games (play a two-person zero sum game online). ...more>>

  40. The Prisoners' Dilemma - Brefi Group
    A game to teach win-win co-operation and negotiation to teams. Purchase ready-made forms and instructions for teams to play this famous trust game, based on the "Prisoners' Dilemma" in which two criminals who are arrested after a crime are immediately ...more>>

  41. The Prisoners' Dilemma - F. Heylighen, Principia Cybernetica Web
    Cooperation in game theory: the principle of suboptimization. A game that has been and continues to be studied by people in a variety of disciplines, ranging from biology through sociology and public policy. It is a "non-zero-sum" game: the best strategy ...more>>

  42. Prisoners' Dilemma - Wayne Davis
    An interactive game simulation inspired by Prisoners' Dilemma game theory as described in the book The Selfish Gene by Richard Dawkins. The payoff is a reduction in prison sentencing of very good, fairly good, fairly bad or very bad, which is translated ...more>>

  43. Problems with a Point - Education Development Center, Inc. (EDC)
    A collection of problems designed to help students in grades 6-12 learn new mathematical ideas by building on old ones. Varying in difficulty and approaches, these problems are useful for teachers, students, parents, math clubs, home-schoolers, and others. ...more>>

  44. Profile (John H. Conway): Not Just Fun and Games - Mark Alpert, Scientific American
    A short biography of the English-born Princeton University mathematician and a discussion of some of his major mathematical contributions. ...over the past three decades Conway has made some of his greatest contributions to mathematical theory by analyzing ...more>>

  45. Quantum Games - Ivars Peterson - Science News Online
    Scientists studying quantum computation offer new perspectives on coin tossing, chess, and game theory. Theorists intend to apply the peculiarities of quantum behavior to game theory, two previously unrelated fields. These researchers propose that the ...more>>

  46. Repeated Prisoner's Dilemma Applet - Mike Shor
    A repeated prisoner's dilemma game in which the user plays for twenty-five rounds against each of five different (unknown) 'personality types'. Demonstrates the value of cooperation and the ability to take advantage of some simple rules. ...more>>

  47. Revathi Narasimhan - Department of Mathematics, Kean University
    College Math, College Algebra, and Calculus course resources and links include Narasimhan's own Interactive Calculus tutorial, which requires the LiveMath plug-in. See also Using Excel in Finite Math and Applied Calculus, freely downloadable Excel workbooks ...more>>

  48. Spatialised Prisoner's Dilemma: Evolution Simulator - Wayne Davis
    Spatialised version of the Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma game theory that allows the users to set their own strategies and simulate evolution of strategies: Coded in Javascript by Wayne Davis. ...more>>

  49. Steve's Words - Steve Lee
    Mathematics-related articles by a student at UCLA include brief reviews of books on chaos theory and an article on the connection between game theory and nuclear strategy. ...more>>

  50. Strawberry Macaw's Puzzle Page
    Although simple, this collection of four logic puzzles provides a challenge for students of any age. The interactive puzzles are: The Fox, the Duck, and the Bag of Corn; The Three Gallon and Five Gallon Cans; The Twenty-Three Matches Game; and The Game ...more>>

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