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January 1969
284 pages  

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Game Theory in the Behavioral Sciences
Buchler, Ira, Nutini, Hugo
This collection of essays was the first major attempt to apply game theory, linear programming, and graph theory to anthropological data.

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Ira R. Buchler was professor of anthropology at the University of Texas.
Hugo G. Nutini is University Professor of Anthropology at the University of Pittsburgh.
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This collection of essays was the first major attempt to apply game theory, linear programming, and graph theory to anthropological data.

Contributors: John Atkins; Ira B. Buchler; Albert M. Chammah; Luke Curtis; Walter Goldschmidt; Hans Hoffman; Robert Kozelka; Bernhardt Lieberman; Frank B. Livingstone; R. Michael McKinlay; Anatol Rapoport; Richard F. Salisbury; T. C. Schelling; M. Shubik; and Martin Southwold.

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