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Measurable Gambling Houses.

Published 1965

by Ralph E. Strauch

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Develops a theory of gambling in which, given a Borel measurability structure of the type used by Blackwell in dynamic programming, the utility of the house is absolutely measurable and its integral definable in relation to any Borel measure. Moreover, the gambler can do as well using only measurable policies as he can using arbitrary policies. 20 pp. Bibliog.

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