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Goal Problems in Gambling Theory
Revista de Matemática: Teoria y Aolicaciones
  • Theodore P. Hill, Georgia Institute of Technology - Main Campus
Publication Date
1-1-1999
Abstract
A short introduction to goal problems in abstract gambling theory is given, along with statements of some of the main theorems and a number of examples, open problems and references. Emphasis is on the finite-state, countably-additive setting with such classical objectives as reaching a goal, hitting a goal infinitely often, staying in the goal, and maximizing the average time spent at a goal.
Citation Information
Theodore P. Hill. "Goal Problems in Gambling Theory" Revista de Matemática: Teoria y Aolicaciones Vol. 6 Iss. 2 (1999) p. 125 - 132
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/tphill/67/