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WCE
2007
11 years 2 months ago
Human error of commission modeled with Theory of Games
— Industrial plants makes a carefully trace of the human intervention on the process. This intervention happens at different points in the history of the facility, since the desi...
Selva S. Rivera, Jorge E. Núñez Mc L...
JDCTA
2010
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10 years 8 months ago
Learning and Decision Making in Human During a Game of Matching Pennies
To gain insights into the neural basis of such adaptive decision-making processes, we investigated the nature of learning process in humans playing a competitive game with binary ...
Jianfeng Hu, Xiaofeng Li, Jinghai Yin
KDD
2009
ACM
172views Data Mining» more  KDD 2009»
11 years 8 months ago
The role of game theory in human computation systems
The paradigm of “human computation” seeks to harness human abilities to solve computational problems or otherwise perform distributed work that is beyond the scope of current ...
Shaili Jain, David C. Parkes
ALDT
2011
Springer
251views Algorithms» more  ALDT 2011»
10 years 1 months ago
Game Theory and Human Behavior: Challenges in Security and Sustainability
Security and sustainability are two critical global challenges that involve the interaction of many intelligent actors. Game theory provides a sound mathematical framework to model...
Rong Yang, Milind Tambe, Manish Jain, Jun-young Kw...
AAAI
2010
11 years 1 months ago
Beyond Equilibrium: Predicting Human Behavior in Normal-Form Games
It is standard in multiagent settings to assume that agents will adopt Nash equilibrium strategies. However, studies in experimental economics demonstrate that Nash equilibrium is...
James R. Wright, Kevin Leyton-Brown
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