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On Gaming and Game Theory

Martin Shubik

Management Science, 1972, vol. 18, issue 5-Part-2, 37-53

Abstract: Gaming and game theory are two extremely different yet highly related disciplines. It is of considerable use to a practitioner of either of these disciplines that he be aware of the relationship of one to the other. This paper attempts to provide a sketch of game theory for those whose prime concern is gaming.

Date: 1972
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