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John R Koza, Norman T La Marre, Martin A Keane: Illusion of skill game machine for a gaming system. Bally Manufacturing Corporation, Jenner & Block, April 15, 1986: US04582324 (891 worldwide citation)

A video amusement game terminal for a gaming system for playing a game providing the illusion of skill. A game processor provides a video game presentation in response to player control wherein a prize award is disclosed through presentation of achievement by the player of a designated objective. Th ...


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John R Koza, Norman T La Marre, Martin A Keane: Video gaming system with pool prize structures. Bally Manufacturing Corporation, Jenner & Block, March 24, 1987: US04652998 (755 worldwide citation)

A video amusement gaming system with pool prize structures including remote game terminals and a central controller with two-way communications between the remote game terminals and the central controller. Prize awards are based upon random shuffling of a set of prize awards among a predetermined po ...


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John R Koza: Non-linear genetic algorithms for solving problems by finding a fit composition of functions. Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, August 4, 1992: US05136686 (208 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a non-linear genetic algorithm for problem solving. The iterative process of the present invention operates on a population of problem solving entities. First, the activated entities perform producing results. Then the results are assigned values and associated with the prod ...


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John R Koza, John R Ferguson, Maximiano D Torneros: Broadcast lottery. John R Koza, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, May 12, 1992: US05112050 (183 worldwide citation)

A game in which a player of the game acquires a ticket containing some information stored therein for comparison to information broadcasted from a transmitter. The broadcasted information contains a value, such as a number, corresponding to a winning number. The stored information is compared to the ...


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John R Koza, Martin A Keane, William F Behm: Lottery ticket integrity number. Scientific Games, Jenner & Block, February 16, 1988: US04725079 (164 worldwide citation)

A method for enhancing the security of instant lottery tickets. A book number indicating from which packet a particular lottery ticket originated is printed on the back of the ticket and an integrity number is printed on the front of the ticket. The integrity number is related to the book number by ...


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John R Koza, John R Ferguson, Maximiano D Torneros: Ticket apparatus with a transmitter. John R Koza, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, December 3, 1991: US05069453 (113 worldwide citation)

A ticket apparatus for a game is described. The ticket apparatus includes storage means for storing a first value. A receiver is included for receiving a broadcast of a broadcast value for the game, wherein the broadcast value is broadcast over a first transmission medium. The ticket apparatus inclu ...


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John R Koza, James P Rice: Non-linear genetic process for data encoding and for solving problems using automatically defined functions. John R Koza, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, August 30, 1994: US05343554 (111 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for solving problems using automatic function definitions, for solving problems using recursion and for performing data encoding. The present invention includes an apparatus and process for creating a population and then evolving that population to generate a result. When sol ...


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John R Koza: Non-linear genetic algorithms for solving problems. Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, June 19, 1990: US04935877 (99 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a non-linear genetic algorithm for problem solving. The iterative process of the present invention operates on a population of problem solving entities. First, the activated entities perform, producing results. Then the results are assigned values and associated with the pro ...


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John R Koza, James P Rice: Non-linear genetic process for use with plural co-evolving populations. John R Koza, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, September 15, 1992: US05148513 (87 worldwide citation)

A non-linear genetic process for problem solving using co-evolving populations of entities is disclosed. The iterative process of the present invention operates on a plurality of populations of problem solving entities. First, an activated entity in one of the plurality of populations (evolving popu ...


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John R Koza: Skill games. John R Koza, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, July 27, 2004: US06767284 (75 worldwide citation)

Skill games are described that are implemented using network communications. The subject matter of the present invention concerns games of skill that are legal, under current law, in most states of the United States and in many jurisdictions of other countries and the game includes a mechanism for d ...



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