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The paper addresses the problem of a patrol trying to stop smugglers who are attempting to ship a cargo of perishable contraband across a strait in one of M time units. The situation was modeled as a… (More)

This is the first of two volumes of a business history of a major British bank in the Middle East. Volume 1 traces the history of the bank from its foundation in 1889 as The Imperial Bank of Persia,… (More)

Etude d'un jeu concurrentiel a deux personnes dans lequel un voyageur desire choisir un chemin a travers un rectangle de gauche a droite de facon a eviter une embuscade de son adversaire qui a place… (More)

The paper points out that there are several interpretations in the literature of what is meant by a geometric construction. It is shown that these differences in interpretation are important, since… (More)

This essay draws on a new database to describe the dimensions and characteristics of 685 foreign companies which established British manufacturing subsidiaries between 1850 and 1962. The numbers of… (More)

Two decks, each with n cards numbered 1 to n, are shuffled separately, and the top card from each deck is laid face down on the table. One of two players now looks at the numbers on the cards and… (More)

We solve the following two-person zero-sum game, introduced by Ruckle. Players I and II simultaneously choose sequences of m and n consecutive integers respectively from the integers 1 to p… (More)

- F. A. Bostock
- 1984

A discrete search game with an immobile hider is posed and solved. The game is a discrete analogue of a known continuous game where the search takes place on three arcs which connect two points. A… (More)

The paper considers the following two-person zero-sum multistage game. An evader starts at a given vertex of a tree and, at discrete intervals of time, chooses either to move to one of the vertices… (More)