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Decision modeling and behavior in complex and uncertain environments

Author: Kugler, Tamar ; Smith, J. Cole ; Connolly, Terry ; Son, Young-Jun Series: Springer optimization and its applications ; 21 Publisher: Springer, 2008.Language: EnglishDescription: 364 p. : Graphs/Ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780387771304Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and indexContents Note: Includes chapter by J. Neil Bearden "On optimal satisficing: how simple policies can achieve excellent results", p. 79-97
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Includes bibliographical references and index

Includes chapter by J. Neil Bearden "On optimal satisficing: how simple policies can achieve excellent results", p. 79-97

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Decision Modeling and Behavior in Complex and Uncertain Environments Contents Preface .................................................................................................... ix Part I Integrating Decision Analysis and Behavioral Models Improving and Measuring the Effectiveness of Decision Analysis: Linking Decision Analysis and Behavioral Decision Research Robert T. Clemen................................................................................................. 3 Reducing Perceptual and Cognitive Challenges in Making Decisions with Models Jenna L. Marquard and Stephen M. Robinson .............................................. 33 Agricultural Decision Making in the Argentine Pampas: Modeling the Interaction between Uncertain and Complex Environments and Heterogeneous and Complex Decision Makers Guillermo Podestá, Elke U. Weber, Carlos Laciana, Federico Bert, and David Letson ........................................................................................... 57 Part II Innovations in Behavioral Model Analysis On Optimal Satisficing: How Simple Policies Can Achieve Excellent Results J. Neil Bearden and Terry Connolly................................................................ 79 There Are Many Models of Transitive Preference: A Tutorial Review and Current Perspective Michel Regenwetter and Clintin P. Davis-Stober ............................................ 99 Integrating Compensatory and Noncompensatory DecisionMaking Strategies in Dynamic Task Environments Ling Rothrock and Jing Yin ............................................................................ 125 Repeated Prisoner's Dilemma and Battle of Sexes Games: A Simulation Study Jijun Zhao, Ferenc Szidarovszky, and Miklos N. Szilagyi .......................... 143 Part III Innovations in Descriptive Behavior Models Individual Values and Social Goals in Environmental Decision Making David H. Krantz, Nicole Peterson, Poonam Arora, Kerry Milch, and Ben Orlove.............................................................................................. 165 Does More Money Buy You More Happiness? Manel Baucells and Rakesh K. Sarin .......................................................... 199 Cognitive Biases Affect the Acceptance of Tradeoff Studies Eric D. Smith, Massimo Piatelli-Palmarini, and A. Terry Bahill.................... 227 Part IV Experimental Studies in Behavioral Research Valuation of Vague Prospects with Mixed Outcomes David V. Budescu and Sara Templin ........................................................... 253 Collective Search in Concrete and Abstract Spaces Robert L. Goldstone, Michael E. Roberts, Winter Mason, and Todd Gureckis ...................................................................................... 277 Braess Paradox in the Laboratory: Experimental Study of Route Choice in Traffic Networks with Asymmetric Costs Amnon Rapoport, Tamar Kugler, Subhasish Dugar, and Eyran J. Gisches................................................................................ 309 Non-Euclidean Traveling Salesman Problem John Saalweachter and Zygmunt Pizlo ....................................................... 339 Index................................................................................................... 359

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