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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort descending Abstract Paper
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...

616 Abraham Neyman Continuous-time Stochastic Games (08/2012)

Every continuous-time stochastic game with finitely many states and actions has a uniform...

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...

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-...

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...

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...

549 Maya Bar-Hillel, Alon Maharshak, Avital Moshinsky, Ruth Nofech A rose by any other name: A social-cognitive perspective on poets and poetry (05/2010) Judgment and Decision Making, Vol. 7, No. 2, March 2012, pp. 149–164

Evidence, anecdotal and scientific, suggests that people treat (or are affected by) products of...

611 Yaakov Kareev Advantages of Cognitive Limitations (06/2012)

Being a product of evolutionary pressures, it would not be surprising to find that what seems to...

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