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398 Gil Kalai and Shmuel Safra Threshold Phenomena and Influence, with Some Perspectives from Mathematics, Computer Science, and Economics (08/2005)
400 Gil Kalai Thoughts on Noise and Quantum Computation (08/2005)

 We will try to explore, primarily from the complexity-theoretic point of view, limitations of...

103 Ran El-Yaniv There Are Infinitely Many Competitive-Optimal Online List Accessing Algorithms (06/1996)

This paper presents a new family of optimal, 2-competitive, deterministic online list accessing...

709 Johannes Müller-Trede, Shoham Choshen-Hillel, Meir Barneron, Ilan Yaniv The Wisdom of Crowds in Matters of Taste (06/2017)

Decision makers can often improve the accuracy of their judgments on factual matters by...

310 Tom Baker, Alon Harel and Tamar Kugler The Virtues of Uncertainty in Law: An experimental approach (02/2003) Iowa Law Review 89 (2004)

Predictability in civil and criminal sanctions is generally understood as desirable. Conversely...

512 Abraham Neyman The Value of Two-Person Zero-Sum Repeated Games with Incomplete Information and Uncertain Duration (05/2009)

It is known that the value of a zero-sum infinitely repeated game with incomplete information on...

87 Igal Milchtaich The Value of Nonatomic Games Arising from Certain Noncooperative Congestion Games (12/1995) Published as: "Social Optimality and Cooperation in Nonatomic Congestion games", Journal of Economic Theory 114 (2004), 56-87

For a class of nonatomic congestion games, two solution concepts, a noncooperative one and a...

555 Noam Bar-Shai, Tamar Keasar and Avi Shmida The Use of Numerical Information by Bees in Foraging Tasks (06/2010)

The ability of invertebrates to perform complex cognitive tasks is widely debated. Bees utilize...

724 Maya Bar-Hillel The unbearable lightness of self-induced mind corruption (11/2018)

Talk delivered at the opening of SPUDM 26, Haifa, Israel, August 2017.

182 Gil Kalai, Brendan McKay, Maya Bar-Hillel The Two Famous Rabbis Experiments: How Similar is Too Similar? (09/1998)

Witztum, Rips and Rosenberg describe the outcomes of two experiments which purport to...

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