**Statistics, Probability, and Game Theory: papers in honor of David Blackwell**

by David Blackwell, at al.

**Publisher**: IMS 1996**ISBN/ASIN**: 0940600420**ISBN-13**: 9780940600423**Number of pages**: 407

**Description**:

The bulk of the articles in this volume are research articles in probability, statistics, gambling, game theory, Markov decision processes, set theory and logic. There are review articles on comparison of experiments, on games of timing, on merging of opinions, on associate memory models, etc.

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