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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort descending Abstract Paper
700 Ilan Nehama Analyzing Games with Ambiguous Player Types Using the MINthenMAX Decision Model (08/2016)

In many common interactive scenarios, participants lack information about other participants,...

669 David Azriel, Yosef Rinott On measuring and comparing usefulness of statistical models (10/2014)

Statistical models in econometrics, biology, and most other areas, are not expected to be...

548 Maya Bar-Hillel Scientific Proof versus Legal Proof: Ruminations about Mathematical and Statistical Reasoning in Legal Factfinding להרשיע באמצעות נוסחה מתמטית (05/2010) Odyssey 8 (2010)

Scientists try to find out the truth about our world. Judges in a court of law try to find out...

634 Bezalel Peleg, Shmuel Zamir Representation of constitutions under incomplete information (01/2013) Economic Theory 57 (2014), pages 279-302

We model constitutions by effectivity functions. We assume that the constitution is common...

716 Kristoffer Arnsfelt Hansen, Rasmus Ibsen-Jensen, Abraham Neyman The Big Match with a Clock and a Bit of Memory (02/2018)

The Big Match is a multi-stage two-player game. In each stage Player 1 hides one or two pebbles...

600 Yakov Babichenko Best-Reply Dynamics in Large Anonymous Games (03/2012)

We consider small-influence anonymous games with a large number of players $n$ where every...

685 Uri Weiss The Robber Wants To Be Punished (05/2015)

It is a commonly held intuition that increasing punishment leads to less crime. Let's move...

648 Sergiu Hart, Andreu Mas-Colell Markets, Correlation, and Regret-Matching (09/2013)

Inspired by the existing work on correlated equilibria and regret-based dynamics in games, we...

653 Armando Castañeda, Yannai A. Gonczarowski, Yoram Moses Good, Better, Best! — Unbeatable Protocols for Consensus and Set Consensus (11/2013)

While the very first consensus protocols for the synchronous model were designed to match the...

123 Gershon Ben-Shakhar, Maya Bar-Hillel, Yoram Bilu, Gaby Shefler Seek and Ye Shall Find: Test Results Are What You Hypothesize They Are (11/1996) Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 11 (1998), 235-249

Expert clinicians were given batteries of psychodiagnostic test results (Rorshach, TAT, Drow-A-...

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