Neural Networks with Mathematica
Quite a few years ago I wrote a book on algorithmic game theory called Resolving Conflicts with Mathematica. It was built around the (at the time) most recent version of Wolfram Inc.'s Mathematica, namely Version 5.2. The software package on my Home Page was, till now, only compatible with Version 5.2. I think I've fixed that. I say "think" because I stopped upgading at Version 6. I believe, though, that Versions 7 and 8 are backward compatible to Version 6 (but not to 5.2).
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