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- Joydeb Ghosh, Piyali Datta, +4 authors Ranjit Kumar Samanta
- 8th International Conference on Electrical and…
- 2014

The counterfeit coin problem is well-known and truly interesting in Computer Science, Game theory, and also in Mathematics. In this problem the objective is to detect the fake coin(s) of identical appearance but different weight in minimum number of comparisons. The word counterfeit most frequently describes forgeries of currency or documents, but can also… (More)

- Joydeb Ghosh, Arpan Chakraborty, +4 authors Ranjit Kumar Samanta
- 8th International Conference on Electrical and…
- 2014

Counterfeit coin problem is of utmost importance and it is truly interesting in Computer Science and Game theory as well as in Mathematics. In this problem the objective is to detect the fake coin(s) of identical appearance but of different weight in minimum number of comparisons. The word counterfeit is most frequently applicable to forgeries of currency… (More)

- Joydeb Ghosh, Ankita Nandy, +4 authors Ranjit Kumar Samanta
- Proceedings of the 2015 Third International…
- 2015

Counterfeit coin problem has been considered for a very long time and is a topic of great significance in Mathematics as well as in Computer Science. In this problem, out of n given coins, two or more false coins (the coins are classified as false because their weights are different when compared to a standard coin) are present which have the same… (More)

- Joydeb Ghosh, Lagnashree Dey, +4 authors Ranjit Kumar Samanta
- 2014

Though the counterfeit coin problem is well known as a fascinating puzzle it claims great importance in Computer science, Game theory, and Mathematics. In terms of the puzzle the objective is to detect the counterfeit coins which are identical in appearance but different in weight. The word counterfeit not only describes forgeries of currency or documents,… (More)

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