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Into mathematical modeling for puzzles and games?

Pauline McNamara

Joined: Jan 19, 2001
Posts: 4012
A colleague is making a pdf of his book available, open for review feedback. If you want to check it out. Here's what he says:

"I would like to inform you that I have finished a book about "Mathematical Modelling of Puzzles and Games" which goes now into a "reviewing" phase. You are invited to download the PDF-Version of the book at:


You also have the possibility to participate in this reviewing process. Any comments --especially critical once-- are very welcome! I am especially interested of whether the description of the puzzles and their solutions are understandable and interesting. Thanks a lot.

Please note that as a "reviewer" you'll get in the "reviewer-list" of the book."
Steve Fahlbusch

Joined: Sep 18, 2000
Posts: 557


Thanks for posting this link. I did a quick read - I have a few comments / suggestions I will end on / but overall I think the approach is very good and the content is very good - I would very much consider using this text as a support text in some of my courses.

Thanks again,

I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
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