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An open question
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Dear Researcher,
Time to make a report about an advancement in a solution and to apply for the prize is over.
Till now no new advancement in the solutions of the unsolved questions of the project has been known me.
Hopefully a desire to solve unsolved questions is strong enough by itself.
So the research continues.
Sincerely,
Boris I. Model
Toronto (Ontario, Canada)
June 1, 2019
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To the researcher who will be the first to advance far enough in the solution of one the unsolved questions of this project and till May 31, 2019 will have a talk in one of the Set Theory seminars or conferences listed in
I will be ready to pay 300 US Dollar as a sort of prize (for example, via Western Union; in case if there are several researchers or researches I will be ready to pay only once to the researcher or for the research which will be the first known me).
I am not a rich man but thanks G-d I can afford this gift both for the researcher and for myself also (at least once in seventy years).
Boris I. Model
Fremont (California, US)
January 31, 2019
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Dear Researcher,
Starting from 1970 I have been keen on different topics of actually the same subject,
THE THEORY OF INFINITE STEP PROCESSES OF SEQUENTIAL DECISION MAKING: Games of Search and Completion (they were subsequently also called Boris Model Games); Infinite Step Processes of Sequential Decision Making; Differential Games as Infinite Step Processes of Sequential Decision Making.
I was lucky to solve some questions, but many others I couldn’t solve. I am deeply convinced that their solution is in the field of SET THEORY.
I think you might be interested in this subject and solve some of the unsolved questions (see project references).
Sincerely,
Boris I. Model
Toronto (Ontario, Canada)
January 4, 2019
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Further research in
Games of Search and Completion (they are also called Boris Model Games);
Infinite Step Processes of Sequential Decision Making;
Differential Games as Infinite Step Processes of Sequential Decision Making.