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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort ascending Abstract Paper
645 Amiel Vasl, Avi Shmida The adaptive role of nectarial appendages in Colchicum (09/2013)

A few species within the genus Colchicum of the Colchicaceae family, a small group of species...

650 Yannai A. Gonczarowski The Distribution of the Combined Length of Spanned Cycles in a Random Permutation (11/2013)

For a random permutation π on {1,2,…,n} for fixed n, and for M⊆{1,2,…,n}, we analyse the...

613 Automatic Learning of Evaluation, with Applications to Computer Chess (07/2012)

A new and fast learning method is described in the context of teaching a program to play chess....

696 David Heyd, Uriel Procaccia, Uzi Segal the thorny quest for a rational constitution (03/2016)
373 Avital Moshinsky and Maya Bar-Hillel Loss Aversion and Status-Quo Label Bias (11/2004) Social Cognition, 2010, Vol. 28, No. 2, pp. 192-206.

It has been noted and demonstrated that people are reluctant to make changes in their current...

581 Eran Dayan, Maya Bar-Hillel Nudge to nobesity II: Menu positions influence food orders (07/2011) Judgment and Decision Making, 6(4), June 2011, pp. 333-342

"Very small but cumulated decreases in food intake may be sufficient to have significant effects...

666 Sergiu Hart, Noam Nisan How Good Are Simple Mechanisms for Selling Multiple Goods? (05/2014)

Maximizing the revenue from selling two goods (or items) is a notoriously difficult problem, in...

628 Ofri Raviv, Merav Ahissar, Yonatan Loewenstein How recent history affects perception: the normative approach and its heuristic approximation (10/2012)

There is accumulating evidence that prior knowledge about expectations plays an important role...

676 Gali Noti, Noam Nisan, Ilan Yaniv An experimental evaluation of bidders' behavior in ad auctions (12/2014) WWW '14 Proceedings of the 23rd international conference on World wide web, Pages 619-630

We performed controlled experiments of human participants in a continuous sequence of ad...

640 Tamar Keasar, Miriam Kishinevsky, Avi Shmida, Yoram Gerchman, Nicka Chinkov, Avi Koplovich, Gadi Katzir Plant-derived visual signals may protect beetle herbivores from bird predators (05/2013)

Insect herbivores often use chemical signals obtained from their food plants to deter enemies...

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