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I study games with uncertainty where players have different awareness regarding a chance player's moves (contingencies). An announcer, who is fully aware of the contingencies, can announce some of them to an unaware decision maker (DM) before the DM takes an action. I introduce an equilibrium concept and a refinement to study the way the DM generates her… (More)

Binary relations representable by utility functions with multiplicative error are considered. It is proved that if the error is a power of utility then the underlying binary relation is either an interval order, or a semiorder. Moreover, semiorders can be characterized among interval orders by the magnitude of the power of utility that is used in the form… (More)

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