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112 Eitan Israeli Sowing Doubt Optimally in Two-Person Repeated Games (08/1996) Games and Economic Behavior 28 (1999), 203-216.

Consider a two-person repeated game (with complete information). Assume that one of the players...

111 Ran El-Yaniv Competitive Solutions for Online Financial Problems: A Survey (08/1996) ACM Computing Surveys 30 (1998), 28-69.

This paper surveys results concerning online algorithms for solving problems related to the...

114 Abraham Neyman & Daijiro Okada Repeated Games with Bounded Entropy (09/1996) Games and Economic Behavior 30 (2000), 228-247.

We study the repeated games with a bound on strategic entropy (Neyman and Okada (1996)) of...

115 Dean P. Foster & H. Peyton Young Learning with Hazy Beliefs (09/1996) Published as: "Learning, Hypothesis Testing, and Nash Equilibrium", Games and Economic Behavior 25 (2003), 73-96.

Players are rational if they always choose best replies given their beliefs. They are good...

117 Michael Landsberger, Jacob Rubinstein, Elmar Wolfstetter & Shmuel Zamir First-Price Auctions When the Ranking of Valutions Is Common Knowledge (09/1996) Review of Economic Design 6 (2001), 461-480

We consider an augmented version of the symmetric private value auction model with independent...

116 Olivier Gossner Comparison of Information Structures (09/1996) Games and Economic Behavior 30 (2000), 44-63.

We introduce two ways of comparing two information structures, say I and J. First, I is richer...

120 Tamar Keasar, Uzi Motro & Avi Shmida Innate Movement Rules in Foraging Bees: Flight Distances Are Affected by Recent Rewards and Are Correlated with Choice of Flower Type (11/1996) Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 39 (1996), 381-388

The non-random movements patterns of foraging bees are believed to increase their search...

119 Tamar Keasar, Uzi Motro & Avi Shmida Exploration Effort in Foraging Bees Is Enhanced by Clustering of Food Resources (11/1996)

Foraging can be viewed as a dual activity: a food-collection process, and an exploration process...

118 Tamar Keasar, Uzi Motro & Avi Shmida Foraging as an Exploratory Activity in Bees: The Effect of Patch Variability (11/1996)

Foraging can be viewed as a dual activity: a food-collection process, and an exploration process...

122 Tamar Keasar, Uzi Motro, Avi Shmida & Yoav Shur Overnight Memory Retention of Foraging Skills by Bumblebees Is Imperfect (11/1996) Animal Behaviour 52 (1996), 95-104

Newly emerged bees learn to forage more efficiently as they gain experience. We hypothesized...

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