CCST9017
Hidden Order in Daily Life:
A Mathematical Perspective
Lecture 2
Introduction to Game Theory
Prof. Patrick, Tuen Wai Ng
Department of Mathematics
Content
Prisoners Dilemma
Dominant Strategy
Equilibrium
Mixed Nash Equilibrium
An important concept

CCST9017
Hidden Order in Daily Life:
A Mathematical Perspective
Lecture 1
Combinatorial Games and ZermelosTheorem
Prof. Patrick Tuen Wai Ng
Department of Mathematics
What is mathematics ?
Wikipedia: Mathematics comes from the
Latin word mathematica which

CCST9017
Hidden Order in Daily Life:
A Mathematical Perspective
Lecture 3
Game Theory and Auctions
Prof. Patrick, Tuen Wai Ng
Department of Mathematics, HKU
Solution of a Game
Given a game, we would like to predict the
actual decision of each player.
Thes

P.O.H 80th Anniversary Tang Ying Hei College
F.3 Summer English Class 2016
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P.O.H 80th Anniversary Tang Ying Hei College
F.2 Summer English Class 2016
Lesson 1 Revision
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Part A. Grammar starter
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The University of Hong Kong
CCST 9017 Hidden Order in Daily Life: A Mathematical Perspective
Written Report: Smuggling of parallel goods
Chan Ka Ho
Lin Jia Lu
(3035289904)
(3035240439)
Cheung Chin (3035280855)
Wan King Nam (3035110189)
Ho Zi Hui (30352988

CCST9017 Hidden Order in Daily
Life:
A Mathematical Perspective
Smuggling of Parallel Goods
Chan Ka Ho
Cheung Chin
3035280855
Ho Zi Hui
Lin Jia Lu
Wan King Nam
3035289904
3035298876
3035240439
3035110189
Outline
Introduction of smuggling of parallel good

Project proposal
Chan Ka Ho
Cheung Chin
Ho Zi Hui
Lin Jia Lu
Wan King Nam
(3035289904)
(3035280855)
(3035298876)
(3035240439)
(3035110189)
Title: Smuggling of Parallel Goods
Abstract
This project will propose adopting mathematical approach to examine the

CCST9017
Assignment 3
Question one
This is a two person game. Player A and Player B
simultaneously call out either one or two. Player A
wins if the sum of the numbers if odd, otherwise
Player B wins. The amount paid to the winner by
the loser is always th

Assignment Two
Due date: Oct 3 (before 1:00pm)
Please put your assignment into the assignment box at the
fourth floor, Run Run Shaw Building
Question one
Lets consider the Dating Game.
i) Is there any dominant strategy for each player?
ii) Determine if th

Assignment One:
Question one
This is a two person coin game.
The rules are as follows:
There is a 1 x n (n > 2) rectangular region
which consists of n unit squares. We start by
putting three coins on the last three squares on
the right.
Each player then t

CCST9017
Hidden Order in Daily Life:
A Mathematical Perspective
Lecture 4
Shapley Value and Power Indices I
Prof. Patrick,Tuen Wai Ng
Department of Mathematics, HKU
Example 1:
An advertising agent approaches three
movie stars, 1, 2, and 3, and asks them
t