Rotating-Table Games and Derivatives of Words

@article{BarYehuda1993RotatingTableGA,
  title={Rotating-Table Games and Derivatives of Words},
  author={Reuven Bar-Yehuda and Tuvi Etzion and Shlomo Moran},
  journal={Theor. Comput. Sci.},
  year={1993},
  volume={108},
  pages={311-329}
}
We consider two versions of a game for two players, A and B. The game consists of manipulations of words of length n over an alphabet of size (j, for arbitrary n and (j. For (j = 2 the game is described as follows: Initially, player A puts n drinking glasses on a round table, some of which are upside down. Player B attempts to force player A to set all the glasses in the upright position. For this, he instructs player A to invert some of the glasses. Before following the instruction, player A… CONTINUE READING

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