Decision Making through the Game of Scissors-Paper-Stone and Simulation

Title & Authors
Decision Making through the Game of Scissors-Paper-Stone and Simulation
Cho, Dae-Hyeon;

Abstract
In many sports games, we would use a coin or the game of scissors-paper-stone to decide which side will begin first. We consider the game of scissors-paper-stone when two teams are composed of N respectively. We continue the game of scissors-paper-stone until the winner of the two team is decided. Using sample spaces and enumerating the elements we calculated the mean number of the game when N = 1, N = 2 and N = 3. In case of N = 1 and N = 2, we simulate the game and find the mean and variance when the repetition number n = 20; 30; 50; 100; 150; 200.
Keywords
Number of case;mean number of the game;simulation;game of scissors-paper-stone;
Language
Korean
Cited by
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Method of Choosing One in the Doubles through the Game of Rock-Paper-Scissors,;;

응용통계연구, 2012. vol.25. 5, pp.785-792
1.
Method of Choosing One in the Doubles through the Game of Rock-Paper-Scissors, Korean Journal of Applied Statistics, 2012, 25, 5, 785
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