## Introduction to Linear Programming and Games of Strategy, Volume 2Marquette University, Department of Mathematics, 1965 - Games of strategy (Mathematics) |

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### Contents

Finite Strategic Games | 1 |

Basic Mathematics | 26 |

Chapter 6 Allocation Distribution and Other Activity Linear | 121 |

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algebraic bilinear form characteristic kernel coefficients complementary vector complete solution computational constrained game constraints coordinates corresponding Dantzig defensive player distinct resolvents dual linear program dual problem elements equations equivalent Standard Form estimates exist feasible finite formulation functional cell Given a pay-off iA iA integer Integer Resolvent inverse iteration gives John Wiley linear inequalities linear system margin Markov chain Mathematical matrix games maximize maximum minimax theorem minimize minimum cost mixed strategies non-negative notation Numerical Example objective function optimal functional optimum ordinary linear program pay-off matrix permissible pivots probability vectors procedure profit quantities realization regression resolvent matrix resolvent vector Result Rockafellar saddle point schedule Second Resolvent simple solvable solved statistics Stochastic Linear stochastic matrix strategy X submatrix symmetric algorithm Symmetric Method Table theorem Theory of Games two-person zero-sum game unique resolvent variables Wiley & Sons zero