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Aumann, R.J. (1989) Lectures on Game Theory. Boulder, Westview Press.

Ball, W.W.R. (1939) Mathematical Recreations & Essays, Eleventh Edition, Revised by H.S.M. Coxeter. London, Macmillan and Co.

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Kuhn, H (2004) Introduction. In: von Neumann, J. and Morgenstern, O. (2004) Theory of Games and Economic Behaviour (Commemorative Edition). Princeton, Princeton University Press.

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Schwalbe, U. and Walker, P. (1997) Zermelo and the Early History of Game Theory. Games and Economic Behaviour 34, 123-137.

Schwenk, A. J. (1991). Which rectangular chessboards have a knight's tour? Mathematics Magazine, 64(5) (December), 325-332.

Wegener, I. (2000) Branching Programs and Binary Decision Diagrams. Philadelphia, Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM). Quoted in: Weisstein, n.d. [Accessed 5/12/04].

Weisstein, E.W. (nd) Knight's Tour. From MathWorld--A Wolfram Web Resource. http://mathworld.wolfram.com/KnightsTour.html [Accessed 5/12/04].

White, A.C. (1911) First Steps in the Classification of Two-Movers. Leeds, Whitehead and Miller.

Zermelo, E. (1913) On an Application of Set Theory to the Theory of the Game of Chess, Translated in Schwalbe and Walker (1997), 133-136.


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