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The Tower of Hanoi – Myths and Maths

Hinz, A.M., Klavžar, S., Milutinović, U., Petr, C.

2013, XV, 335 p. 133 illus., 60 illus. in color.

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From the reviews:

“This book takes the reader on an enjoyable adventure into the Tower of Hanoi puzzle (TH) and various related puzzles and objects. … The style of presentation is entertaining, at times humorous, and very thorough. The exercises ending each chapter are an essential part of the explication providing some definitions … and some proofs of the theorems or statements in the main text. … As such, the book will be an enjoyable read for any recreational mathematician … .” (Andrew Percy, zbMATH, Vol. 1285, 2014)

“This research monograph focuses on a large family of problems connected to the classic puzzle of the Tower of Hanoi. … The authors explain all the combinatorial concepts they use, so the book is completely accessible to an advanced undergraduate student. … Summing Up: Recommended. Comprehensive mathematics collections, upper-division undergraduates through researchers/faculty.” (M. Bona, Choice, Vol. 51 (3), November, 2013)

“The Tower of Hanoi is an example of a problem that is easy to state and understand, yet a thorough mathematical analysis of the problem and its extensions is lengthy enough to make a book. … there is enough implied mathematics in the action to make it interesting to professional mathematicians. … It was surprising to learn that the ‘simple’ problem of the Tower of Hanoi … could be the subject of a full semester special topics course in advanced mathematics.” (Charles Ashbacher, MAA Reviews, May, 2013)

“Gives an introduction to the problem and the history of the TH puzzle and other related puzzles, but it also introduces definitions and properties of graphs that are used in solving these problems. … Thus if you love puzzles, and more in particular the mathematics behind it, this is a book for you. … Also if you are looking for a lifelasting occupation, then you may find here a list of open problems that will keep you busy for a while.” (A. Bultheel, The European Mathematical Society, February, 2013)

 

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