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Number Authour(s) Title Date Published insort descending Abstract Paper
702 Ohad Navon Evolutionarily Stable Strategies of Random Games and the Facets of Random Polytopes (09/2016)

An evolutionarily stable strategy (ESS) is an equilibrium strategy that is immune to invasions...

671 Bezalel Peleg, Hans Peters Choosing k from m: feasible elimination procedures reconsidered (12/2014)

We show that feasible elimination procedures (Peleg, 1978) can be used to select k from m...

713 Shevy Waner, Uzi Motro, Yael Lubin, Ally R. Harari Male mate choice in a sexually cannibalistic widow spider (02/2018)

Males of the brown widow spider,Latrodectusgeometricus(Theridiidae), invest energy in courtship...

683 Omer Edhan, Ziv Hellman, Dana Sherill-Rofe Sex And Portfolio Investment (04/2015)

We attempt to answer why sex is nearly ubiquitous when asexual reproduction is ostensibly more...

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...

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