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Lagarias, Jeffrey C.; Rains, Eric; Vanderbei, Robert J.;
Subject: Mathematics - Optimization and Control | Mathematics - Probability | 60J10
The Kruskal Count is a card trick invented by Martin D. Kruskal (who is well known for his work on solitons) which is described in Fulves and Gardner (1975) and Gardner (1978, 1988). In this card trick a magician “guesses” one card in a deck of cards which is determined... View more
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