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 CDAM Research Report, LSE-CDAM-2006-18

November 2006

Numerical Approaches to the `Princess and Monster' Game on the Interval

Steve Alpern, Robbert Fokkink, Roy Lindelauf, and Geert Jan Olsder

Rufus Isaacs introduced Princess and Monster games in the final chapter of his classic book. The value of the Princess and Monster game on an interval is as of yet unknown. We present some numerical results to estimate this value.

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