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Risk as Feelings
, 2001
"... Virtually all current theories of choice under risk or uncertainty are cognitive and consequentialist. They assume that people assess the desirability and likelihood of possible outcomes of choice alternatives and integrate this information through some type of expectationbased calculus to arrive a ..."
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Virtually all current theories of choice under risk or uncertainty are cognitive and consequentialist. They assume that people assess the desirability and likelihood of possible outcomes of choice alternatives and integrate this information through some type of expectationbased calculus to arrive
An expectationbased model for probabilistic temporal logic
 Logic Journal of the IGPL
, 1999
"... We interpret the modal µcalculus over a new model [10], to give a temporal logic suitable for systems exhibiting both probabilistic and demonic nondeterminism. The logical formulae are realvalued, and the statements are not limited to properties that hold with probability 1. In achieving that conc ..."
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We interpret the modal µcalculus over a new model [10], to give a temporal logic suitable for systems exhibiting both probabilistic and demonic nondeterminism. The logical formulae are realvalued, and the statements are not limited to properties that hold with probability 1. In achieving
Reasoning About Efficiency Within a Probabilistic µCalculus
 University of Birmingham, School of Computer Science
, 1998
"... Expectationbased probabilistic predicate transformers [15] provide a logic for probabilistic sequential programs, giving access to expressions such as `the probability that predicate A is achieved finally'. Using expectations more generally however, we can express ¯calculus formulae for the e ..."
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Expectationbased probabilistic predicate transformers [15] provide a logic for probabilistic sequential programs, giving access to expressions such as `the probability that predicate A is achieved finally'. Using expectations more generally however, we can express ¯calculus formulae
For personal use only – not for distribution. Risk as Feelings
"... Virtually all current theories of choice under risk or uncertainty are cognitive and consequentialist. They assume that people assess the desirability and likelihood of possible outcomes of choice alternatives and integrate this information through some type of expectationbased calculus to arrive a ..."
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Virtually all current theories of choice under risk or uncertainty are cognitive and consequentialist. They assume that people assess the desirability and likelihood of possible outcomes of choice alternatives and integrate this information through some type of expectationbased calculus to arrive
In Press, Psychological Bulletin
"... Virtually all current theories of choice under risk or uncertainty are cognitive and consequentialist. They assume that people act as if they assess the desirability and likelihood of possible outcomes of choice alternatives and integrate this information through some type of expectationbased calcu ..."
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Virtually all current theories of choice under risk or uncertainty are cognitive and consequentialist. They assume that people act as if they assess the desirability and likelihood of possible outcomes of choice alternatives and integrate this information through some type of expectationbased
A Probabilistic Temporal Calculus Based on Expectations
, 1997
"... Generalising Booleanvalued predicates to expectations  functions from the state space into [0; 1]  allows the definition of probabilistic temporal operators that treat explicit probabilities as well as demonic nondeterminism and divergence. The conventional operational interpretation of the te ..."
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Generalising Booleanvalued predicates to expectations  functions from the state space into [0; 1]  allows the definition of probabilistic temporal operators that treat explicit probabilities as well as demonic nondeterminism and divergence. The conventional operational interpretation
Relational completeness of data base sublanguages
 Database Systems
, 1972
"... ABSTRACT: In the near future, we can expect a great variety of languages to be proposed for interrogating and updating data bases. This paper attempts to provide a theoretical basis which may be used to determine how complete a selection capability is provided in a proposed data sublanguage independ ..."
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ABSTRACT: In the near future, we can expect a great variety of languages to be proposed for interrogating and updating data bases. This paper attempts to provide a theoretical basis which may be used to determine how complete a selection capability is provided in a proposed data sublanguage
If it ’s difficult to pronounce, it must be risky: Fluency, familiarity, and risk perception
 Psychological Science
, 2009
"... ABSTRACT—Low processing fluency fosters the impression that a stimulus is unfamiliar, which in turn results in perceptions of higher risk, independent of whether the risk is desirable or undesirable. In Studies 1 and 2, ostensible food additives were rated as more harmful when their names were diff ..."
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and integrate this information through an expectationbased calculus (for a review, see Harless & Camerer, 1994). However, the observation that subjective perceptions of risk are insensitive to changes in probability (e.g., Kahneman & Ritov, 1994; Kahneman, Ritov, & Schkade, 1999) challenged
Learning the Basics with Calculus
"... A critical issue related to the use of simulation environments in schoolbased learning is the relationship between the use of these environments and the structure of traditional curricula. Teachers are often caught in the bind of attempting to address signifi cantly raised standards for what all s ..."
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students should know, yet receiving very little support to innovate in their use of simulations in their approaches to teaching. Particularly challenging for practitioners and schoolbased researchers alike is the expectation that students should fi rst master “the basics ” before engaging innovation
STOCHASTIC CALCULUS FOR CONVOLUTED LÉVY PROCESSES
"... Abstract. We develop a stochastic calculus for processes which are built by convoluting a pure jump, zero expectation Lévy process with a Volterratype kernel. This class of processes contains, for example, fractional Lévy processes as studied in Marquardt (2006b). The integral which we introduce is ..."
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is a Skorohod integral. Nonetheless we avoid the technicalities from Malliavin calculus and white noise analysis, and give an elementary definition based on expectations under change of measure. As a main result we derive an Itô formula, which separates the different contributions from the memory due
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