17th International Symposium on Dynamic Games July 2016

In July 2016, I presented my work at the 17th International Symposium on Dynamic Games in Urbino, Italy.  My presentation explained Parrondo’s paradox and investigated the sequence of A-B loosing games and how self-similarity plays a role in the winning aspect of loosing games.  This paradox involves playing two games that are, one their own, loosing games.  However, when these two games are set in a particular sequence, the result is a winning game.  The theory that describes Parrondo’s paradox uses the idea of Brownian motion ant the model of the flashing Brownian ratchet.  The following is the presentation:

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