## Contributions to the Theory of Games, Volume 3Melvin Dresher, A. W. Tucker, Philip Wolfe A new group of contributions to the development of this theory by leading experts in the field. The contributors include L. D. Berkovitz, L. E. Dubins, H. Everett, W. H. Fleming, D. Gale, D. Gillette, S. Karlin, J. G. Kemeny, R. Restrepo, H. E. Scarf, M. Sion, G. L. Thompson, P. Wolfe, and others. |

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### Contents

III | 15 |

IV | 47 |

V | 79 |

VI | 97 |

VII | 141 |

VIII | 147 |

IX | 159 |

X | 165 |

XV | 231 |

XVI | 257 |

XVII | 273 |

XVIII | 299 |

XIX | 307 |

XX | 313 |

XXI | 337 |

XXII | 365 |

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Contributions to the Theory of Games (AM-39) Melvin Dresher,Albert William Tucker,Philip Wolfe Limited preview - 2016 |

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