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The address of the primary author is
Ryohei Miyadera, Ph.D.
Kwansei Gakuin High School, 1-1-155, Uegahara, Nishinomiya City, 662-8501, Japan
- A.C.Robin, A poisoned chocolate problem, Problem corner, The Mathematical Gazette Vol. 73, No. 466 (Dec., 1989), pp. 341-343. An Answer for the above problem is in Vol. 74, No. 468, June 1990, pp. 171-173.
- M. H. Albert, R. J. Nowakowski and D. Wolfe, Lessons In Play, A K Peters, p-139.
- R. Miyadera and M. Naito, Combinatorial Games and Beautiful Graph produced by them, â€Visual Mathematics, Volume 11, No. 3, 2009.
- M.Naito, T.Inoue, R.Miyadera, Discrete Mathematics and Computer Algebra System, The Joint Conference of ASCM 2009 and MACIS 2009, COE Lecture Note Vol.22,Kyushu University.
A PDF file of the article is available at
- R.Miyadera, T.Inoue, W.Ogasa and S.Nakamura, Chocolate Games that are variants of the Game of Nim, Journal of Information Processing, Information Processing Society of Japan, 53(6) pp. 1582-1591 (in Japanese).
- R. Miyadera, S. Nakamura and R. Hanafusa, New Chocolate Games -Variants of the Game of Nim-, Proceeding of Annual International Conference on Computational Mathematics, Computational Geometry Statistics,pp.122-pp.128, 2012.
- M. Naito, D. Minematsu, R. Miyadera and etc.,
Combinatorial Games and Beautiful Graphs Produced by them, Visual Mathematics,
Volume 11, No. 3, 2009
- S. Nakamura, D. Minematsu, T. Kitagawa, R. Miyadera and etc.,Chocolate games that are variants of nim and interesting graphs made by these games, Visual Mathematics, Volume 14, No. 2, 2012