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311 Jean-Marc Tallon, Jean-Christophe Vergnaud, Shmuel Zamir Contradicting Beliefs and Communication (04/2003)

We address the issue of the representation as well as the evolution of (possibly) mistaken...

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...

515 Tamar Keasar, Ally R. Harar, Guido Sabatinelli, Denis Keith, Amots Dafni, Ofrit Shavit, Assaph Zylbertal and Avi Shmida Red Anemone Guild Flowers as Focal Places for Mating and Feeding of Mediterranean Glaphyrid Beetles (07/2009)

Several species of glaphyrid beetles forage and mate on Mediterranean red flowers. In red...

391 R. J. Aumann Consciousness (05/2005) in Life as We Know It, edited by J. Seckbach, Springer (2006), 555-564

Consciousness is the last great frontier of science. Here we discuss what it is, how it differs...

23 Benny Moldovanu & Eyal Winter Core Implementation and Increasing Returns to Scale for Cooperation (12/1992) Journal of Mathematical Economics 23 (1994), 533-548

In this paper we analyze a simple non-cooperative bargaining model for coalition formation and...

217 Cass R. Sunstein & Edna Ullmann-Margalit Solidarity Goods (05/2000) The Journal of Political Philosophy 9 (2001), 129-149.

Contrary to a common picture of relationships in a market economy, people often express communal...

481 Ehud Friedgut, Gil Kalai and Noam Nisan Elections Can be Manipulated Often (04/2008)

The Gibbard-Satterthwaite theorem states that every non-trivial voting method between at least 3...

152 Eilon Solan Repeated Team Games with Absorbing States (07/1997)

Two teams meet every day to play the same matrix game. Every entry in the matrix contains five...

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c model depends on (i) The way that experts' reputation affectscustomers' preferences, (ii) How...

280 Gil Kalai A Fourier-Theoretic Perspective for the Condorcet Paradox and Arrow's Theorem (11/2001) Advances in Applied Mathematics 29 (2002), 412-426

We describe a Fourier-theoretic formula for the probability of rational outcomes for random...

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