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  1. Winning Ways for Your Mathematical Plays, Volume 4

    2nd Edition

    By Elwyn R. Berlekamp, John H. Conway, Richard K. Guy

    In the quarter of a century since three mathematicians and game theorists collaborated to create Winning Ways for Your Mathematical Plays, the book has become the definitive work on the subject of mathematical games. Now carefully revised and broken down into four volumes to accommodate new...

    Published March 29th 2004 by A K Peters/CRC Press

  2. Winning Ways for Your Mathematical Plays, Volume 3

    2nd Edition

    By Elwyn R. Berlekamp, John H. Conway, Richard K. Guy

    In the quarter of a century since three mathematicians and game theorists collaborated to create Winning Ways for Your Mathematical Plays, the book has become the definitive work on the subject of mathematical games. Now carefully revised and broken down into four volumes to accommodate new...

    Published September 9th 2003 by A K Peters/CRC Press

  3. Winning Ways for Your Mathematical Plays, Volume 2

    2nd Edition

    By Elwyn R. Berlekamp, John H. Conway, Richard K. Guy

    In the quarter of a century since three mathematicians and game theorists collaborated to create Winning Ways for Your Mathematical Plays, the book has become the definitive work on the subject of mathematical games. Now carefully revised and broken down into four volumes to accommodate new...

    Published January 2nd 2003 by A K Peters/CRC Press

  4. Winning Ways for Your Mathematical Plays

    Volume 1, 2nd Edition

    By Elwyn R. Berlekamp, John H. Conway, Richard K. Guy

    This classic on games and how to play them intelligently is being re-issued in a new, four volume edition. This book has laid the foundation to a mathematical approach to playing games. The wise authors wield witty words, which wangle wonderfully winning ways. In Volume 1, the authors do the Spade...

    Published January 15th 2001 by A K Peters/CRC Press

  5. On Numbers and Games

    By John H. Conway

    ONAG, as the book is commonly known, is one of those rare publications that sprang to life in a moment of creative energy and has remained influential for over a quarter of a century. Originally written to define the relation between the theories of transfinite numbers and mathematical games, the...

    Published December 10th 2000 by A K Peters/CRC Press

  6. The Dots and Boxes Game

    Sophisticated Child's Play

    By Elwyn R. Berlekamp

    The game of Dots-and-Boxes, the popular game in which two players take turns connecting an array of dots to form squares, or "boxes" has long been considered merely a child's game. In this book, however, the author reveals the surprising complexity of the game, along with advanced strategies that...

    Published July 17th 2000 by A K Peters/CRC Press

  7. Hex Strategy

    Making the Right Connections

    By Cameron Browne

    Hex Strategy is the first book to offer a comprehensive look at the game of Hex, from its history and mathematical underpinnings to discussions of advanced playing techniques. This is first and foremost a book on strategy aimed at providing sufficient knowledge to play the game at any level desired...

    Published May 29th 2000 by A K Peters/CRC Press

  8. Misteaks. . . and how to find them before the teacher does. . .

    A Calculus Supplement, 3rd Edition

    By Barry Cipra

    An unusual supplement to every calculus textbook, Misteaks and How to Find Them before the Teacher Does is popular with students and teachers alike. Teachers love the way it encourages students to truly think about mathematics rather than simply plugging numbers into equations to crank out answers,...

    Published March 26th 2000 by A K Peters/CRC Press

  9. Mathematical Go

    Chilling Gets the Last Point

    By Elwyn Berlekamp, David Wolfe

    The ancient game of Go is one of the less obvious candidates for mathematical analysis. With the development of new concepts in combinatorial game theory, the authors have been able to analyze Go games and find solutions to real endgame problems that have stumped professional Go players. Go players...

    Published February 14th 1994 by A K Peters/CRC Press