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Number  Authour(s)  Title  Date  Published in  Abstract  Paper 

209  Dan Cohen  A Rational Basis for Irrational Beliefs and Behaviors  (01/2000) 
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411  Abraham Neyman and Daijiro Okada  Growth of Strategy Sets, Entropy, and Nonstationary Bounded Recall  (11/2005) 
One way to express bounded rationality of a player in a game theoretic models is by specifying a... 
dp411.pdf  
295  Abraham Neyman  Stochastic games: Existence of the MinMax  (08/2002)  In Stochastic Games and Applications, A. Neyman and S. Sorin (Eds.), Kluwer Academic Press (2003)  dp295.pdf  
500  Gil Kalai  How Quantum Computers Can Fail  (01/2009) 
We propose and discuss two postulates on the nature of errors in highly correlated noisy... 
dp500.pdf  
376  Bezalel Peleg and Peter Sudholter  Bargaining Sets of Voting Games  (12/2004)  (revised in DP #410) 
Let A be a finite set of m ≥ 3 alternatives, let N be a finite set of n ≥ 3 players and let Rn... 
dp376.pdf 
10  Sergiu Hart & Andreu MasColell  A Model of nPerson NonCooperative Bargaining  (07/1992)  Pubslied as "Bargaining and Value" in Econometrica 64 (1996), 357380 
We present and analyze a model of noncooperative bargaining among n participants, applied to... 

91  Mor Amitai  CheapTalk with Random Stopping  (01/1996) 
CheapTalk with Random Stopping is a CheapTalk game in which after each period of communication... 
dp91.pdf  
584  Edna UllmannMargalit  Considerateness  (07/2011)  Iyyun, The Jerusalem Philosophical Quarterly 60 (July 2011): 205–244 
A stranger entering the store ahead of you may hold the door open so it does not slam in your ... 
dp584.pdf 
465  Judith Avrahami and Yaakov Kareev  Distribution of Resources in a Competitive Environment  (10/2007) 
When two agents of unequal strength compete, the stronger one is expected to always win the... 
dp465.pdf  
177  Albert Blarer, Tamar Keasar & Avi Shmida  Does Learning of Flower Size by Foraging Bumblebees Involve Concept Formation?  (06/1998) 
Large flowers often contain larger nectar rewards, and receive more pollinator visits, than... 