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Reasoning the fast and frugal way: Models of bounded rationality.
 Psychological Review,
, 1996
"... Humans and animals make inferences about the world under limited time and knowledge. In contrast, many models of rational inference treat the mind as a Laplacean Demon, equipped with unlimited time, knowledge, and computational might. Following H. Simon's notion of satisncing, the authors have ..."
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between the satisncing "Take The Best" algorithm and various "rational" inference procedures (e.g., multiple regression). The Take The Best algorithm matched or outperformed all competitors in inferential speed and accuracy. This result is an existence proof that cognitive mechanisms
Primitive substitutive numbers are closed under rational multiplication, Journal de Theorie des Nombres de Bordeaux 10
, 1998
"... denotes the set of real numbers whose expansion in baser is ^automatic i.e., is recognized by an automaton A = (A g , A r , a 0 ,6,<f>) (or is the image under a letter to letter morphism of a fixed point of a substitution of constant length q) then M(q, r) is closed under addition and ra ..."
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and rational multiplication. Similarly if we let M{r) denote the set of real numbers a whose baser digit expansion is ultimately primitive substitutive, i.e., contains a tail which is the image (under a letter to letter morphism) of a fixed point of a primitive substitution then in an attempt to generalize
A rational expectations model of financial contagion
 Journal of Finance
, 2002
"... We develop a multiple asset rational expectations model of asset prices to explain financial market contagion. Although the model allows contagion through several channels, our focus is on contagion through crossmarket rebalancing. Through this channel, investors transmit idiosyncratic shocks from ..."
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We develop a multiple asset rational expectations model of asset prices to explain financial market contagion. Although the model allows contagion through several channels, our focus is on contagion through crossmarket rebalancing. Through this channel, investors transmit idiosyncratic shocks from
Designing Efficient And Accurate Parallel Genetic Algorithms
, 1999
"... Parallel implementations of genetic algorithms (GAs) are common, and, in most cases, they succeed to reduce the time required to find acceptable solutions. However, the effect of the parameters of parallel GAs on the quality of their search and on their efficiency are not well understood. This insuf ..."
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. This insufficient knowledge limits our ability to design fast and accurate parallel GAs that reach the desired solutions in the shortest time possible. The goal of this dissertation is to advance the understanding of parallel GAs and to provide rational guidelines for their design. The research reported here
Implementing Data Parallel Rational MultipleResidue Arithmetic in Eden ⋆ Extended and revisited version
"... Abstract. Residue systems present a wellknown way to reduce computation cost for symbolic computation. However most residue systems are implemented for integers or polynomials. This work combines two known results in a novel manner. Firstly, it lifts an integral residue system to fractions. Secondl ..."
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. Secondly, it generalises a singleresidue system to a multipleresidue one. Combined, a rational multiresidue system emerges. Due to the independent manner of single “parts ” of the system, this work enables progress in parallel computing. We present a complete implementation of the arithmetic
Describing the uncertainties in experimental results
 Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science
, 1998
"... I I It is no longer acceptable, in most circles, to present experimental results without describing the uncertainties involved. Besides its obvious role in publishing, uncertainty analysis provides the experimenter a rational way of evaluating the significance of the scatter on repeated trials. Th ..."
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I I It is no longer acceptable, in most circles, to present experimental results without describing the uncertainties involved. Besides its obvious role in publishing, uncertainty analysis provides the experimenter a rational way of evaluating the significance of the scatter on repeated trials
Multiagent systems
 AI Magazine
, 1998
"... ■ Agentbased systems technology has generated lots of excitement in recent years because of its promise as a new paradigm for conceptualizing, designing, and implementing software systems. This promise is particularly attractive for creating software that operates in environments that are distribu ..."
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that are distributed and open, such as the internet. Currently, the great majority of agentbased systems consist of a single agent. However, as the technology matures and addresses increasingly complex applications, the need for systems that consist of multiple agents that communicate in a peertopeer fashion
Ants, rationality, and recruitment
 Quarterly Journal of Economics
, 1993
"... This paper offers an explanation of behavior that puzzled entomologists and economists. Ants, faced with two identical food sources, were observed to concentrate more on one of these, but after a period they would turn their attention to the other. The same phenomenon has been observed in humans ch ..."
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to the equilibrium distribution of a stochastic process rather than to switching between multiple equilibria. In a series of experiments entomologists [Deneubourg et al., 1987a; Pasteels et al., 1987a] observed that ants in an apparently symmetric situation behaved, collectively, in an asymmetric way. When faced
doi:10.1093/imrn/rnp041 Corrigenda to: Product Sets of Rationals, Multiplicative Translates of Subgroups in Residue Rings and Fixed Points of the Discrete Logarithm
"... As in [1], given a subgroup G of the multiplicative group Z∗n of the residue ring Zn of n ≥ 1 elements and a positive number h, we denote by N(n,G,h) the number of solutions of the congruence ux ≡ y (mod n), where 0 < x, y  ≤ h and u ∈ G. Unfortunately, in the formulation of [1, Theorem 1], ..."
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As in [1], given a subgroup G of the multiplicative group Z∗n of the residue ring Zn of n ≥ 1 elements and a positive number h, we denote by N(n,G,h) the number of solutions of the congruence ux ≡ y (mod n), where 0 < x, y  ≤ h and u ∈ G. Unfortunately, in the formulation of [1, Theorem 1
Rationality
, 2012
"... We report on an experiment investigating whether the Hayak Hypothesis (Smith, 1982) extends to the long run setting. We consider two environments; one with a common production technology having a Ushaped long run average cost curve and a single competitive equilibrium, and another with a common con ..."
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constant returns to scale technology having a constant long run average cost curve and multiple competitive equilibria. While there is convergence in both environments to the long run equilibrium, it takes longer and is less robust than usually observed in the short run setting. We show that price
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