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Subject: Some combinatorial applications of spacefilling curves rss

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Ryan Goodwin
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Okay, if you REALLY want to win at Logistico, check out this article....

http://www.isye.gatech.edu/people/faculty/John_Bartholdi/mow...

Granted, it may not translate, but playing Logistico is basically an example of a Travelling Salesman Problem....
 
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Mark Saya
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Re:Some combinatorial applications of spacefilling curves
Interesting article! Made me think of the knight's tour: visiting all 64 squares of a chessboard once each via a series of knight moves. There are many solutions, including some that are amazingly elegant and symmetrical.

I agree, it doesn't translate to Logistico exactly, at least not to multi-player games. But perhaps a good solitaire variant could be devised along the lines of 36 deliveries for the most Logis in the fewest turns. Hmm, might be worth a try . . .
 
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