Some new exercises posted here (updated Nov. 22, Dec. 7 and Dec. 14). Reference to these exercises will be "new ex.1" etc.
You may choose yourself pretty freely among exercises indicated. However, I here point to a precise suggestion regarding minimal requirements. If you solve these exercises correctly, you will pass the course but more is required in order to obtain a high mark (10, 11 or 13). I am aware that not all of you want a mark for the course.
Minimal requirements as explained above:
* Basics of two-person
zero-sum games: Prove the minimax inequality.
* Codes: Exercise 1, see plan, sept.21 (assume alphabet contains more than two elements).
* Basic quantities: Exercise 21, see plan, sept.21.
* Capacity: New ex. 1 (If, instead, you do say new ex.2+3 or new ex. 6 this will be appreciated!)
* Maximum entropy: New ex. 7.
* Other material: None requested but it will be appreciated if you do New Exercise 8.