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

485 Gil Kalai Economics and Common Sense (05/2008)

A review of Steven E. Landsburg's book More Sex is Safer Sex, the Unconventional Wisdom of...

197 Ori Haimanko Payoffs in Non-Differentiable Perfectly Competitive TU Economies (06/1999) Journal of Economic Theory 106 (2002), 17-39.

We develop an axiomatization of a single-valued solution for finite-type perfectly competitive...

74 Daniel Rothenstein A Two-Period Pollution Safeguards Game with n Operators (03/1995)

The environmental need to control the quality of the air is represented by a multi-players...

567 Itai Arieli and Yakov Babichenko Average Testing and the Efficient Boundary (02/2011)

We propose a simple adaptive procedure for playing strategic games: average testing. In this...

442 Daniel Lehmann A Presentation of Quantum Logic Based on an and then Connective (01/2007)

When a physicist performs a quantic measurement, new information about the system at hand is...

324 Hans Keiding and Bezalel Peleg On the Continuity of Representations of Effectivity Functions (07/2003) Journal of Mathematical Economics 42 (2006), 827-842

An effectivity function assigns to each coalition of individuals in a society a family of...

36 Sergiu Hart, Aviad Heifetz & Dov Samet 'Knowing Whether', 'Knowing That,' and the Cardinality of State Spaces (10/1993) Journal of Economic Theory 70 (1996), 249-256

We introduce a new operator on information structures which we call `Knowing whether' as opposed...

530 Jay Bartroff, Larry Goldstein, Yosef Rinott and Ester Samuel-Cahn On Optimal Allocation of a Continuous Resource Using an Iterative Approach and Total Positivity (01/2010) Advances in Applied Probability, (2010) vol. 42, pages 795-815.

We study a class of optimal allocation problems, including the well-known Bomber Problem, with...

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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