Tuesday, January 17 from 3 to 4pm

*Room*: MB 124

*Speaker*: Marion Scheepers (BSU)

*Title*: Playing an infinitely long game when you have limited memory (III)

*Abstract*: We consider a class of infinite games in which player TWO has a winning strategy (based on perfect memory). In prior talks in this series we considered the effect of a limited memory where TWO remembers only the most recent move of ONE and of TWO. We now discuss the effect of TWO for a fixed positive integer k remembering only the most recent k or fewer moves of ONE.