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Digital computers, the overall predominant computing paradigm, are based on von Neumann architectures. This scheme is considered universal in the sense of capability to implement any symbolic algorithm. Yet, another computing paradigm exists, based on analog models of physical dynamic systems using artificial neural networks. The artificial neuron was(More)
The class of Guaranteed Scoring Games (GS) is the class of all two-player scoring combinatorial games with the property that Normal-play games (Conway et. al.) are order embedded into GS. They include, as subclasses, the scoring games considered by Milnor (1953), Ettinger (1996) and Johnson (2014). We present the structure of GS and the techniques needed to(More)
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