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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort descending Abstract Paper
674 Moshe Haviv, Binyamin Oz Self-regulation of a queue via random priorities (12/2014)

We consider a memoryless unobservable single-server queue where customers are homogeneous with...

268 Gooni Orshan, Peter Sudholter The Positive Core of a Cooperative Game (08/2001) International Journal of Game Theory 39 (2010), 113 – 36

The positive core is a nonempty extension of the core of transferable utility games. If the core...

636 Abraham Neyman Stochastic games with short-stage duration (04/2013)

We introduce asymptotic analysis of stochastic games with short-stage duration. The play of...

720 Lotem Elber-Dorozko, Yonatan Loewenstein Striatial Action-Value Neurons Reconsidered (07/2018)

It is generally believed that during economic decisions, striatal neurons represent the values...

5 Jose-Luis Ferreira, Itzhak Gilboa, Michael Maschler Credible Equilibria in Games with Utilities Changing during the Play (02/1992) Games and Economic Behavior 10 (1995), 284-317

Whenever one deals with an interactive decision situation of long duration, one has to take into...

604 Ziv Hellman Countable Spaces and Common Priors (04/2012) forthcoming in IJGT

We show that the no betting characterisation of the existence of common priors over finite type...

689 Boaz Zik Implementation in Models of Independent, Private, and Multivariate Values (09/2015)

We consider the problem of implementation in models of independent private values in which the...

652 Itai Arieli, Robert J. Aumann The Logic of Backward Induction (11/2013)

The logic of backward induction (BI) in perfect information (PI) games has been intensely...

615 Ziv Hellman A Game with No Bayesian Approximate Equilibria (07/2012)

Simon (2003) presented an example of a 3-player Bayesian games with no Bayesian equilibria but...

208 Avital Moshinsky, Maya Bar-Hillel Where did 1850 Happen First - in America or in Europe? A Cognitive Account for an Historical Bias (12/1999) Psychological Science 13(1) (2002), 20-25

Teachers of history note that pupils are often surprised to learn that a certain event in Europe...

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