Contributions to the Theory of Games, Volume 4
Albert William Tucker, R. D. Luce
Princeton University Press, 1959 - Mathematics - 453 pages
The description for this book, Contributions to the Theory of Games (AM-40), Volume IV, will be forthcoming.
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