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Pathology of Traveling-Salesman Subtour-Elimination Algorithms
TLDR
The traveling-salesman problem has been the target of a substantial number of computational algorithms over the last two decades. Expand
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Contrast effects in maintained generalization gradients.
In Experiment I, pigeons were given equal reinforcement (variable-interval 1-min) for responding during randomized presentations of eight line-orientation stimuli. Then, only responding in theExpand
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Resource Allocation and the Regulated Firm
This paper extends a simple economic model of the regulated firm to include a wider range of both management objectives and of regulatory constraint. The authors find that these generalizations inExpand
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Learning in Informal Settings
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Varying Problem Effort and Choice: Using the Interspersal Technique to Influence Choice Towards More Effortful Assignments
College students were exposed to two pairs of mathematics assignments. Assignment Pair A included a high-effort assignment containing 18 long three-digit × two-digit (3×2) multiplication problemsExpand
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Local contrast and Pavlovian induction.
  • J. Malone
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior
  • 1 November 1976
Two experiments examined the effects of number and similarity of stimuli on local contrast. In the first experiment, local contrast effects differed in magnitude as a function of the similarity amongExpand
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Local contrast and maintained generalization.
  • J. Hinson, J. Malone
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior
  • 1 November 1980
Pigeons received variable-interval reinforcement for key pecking during presentations of horizontal and vertical line-orientation stimuli, while pecks during five intermediate orientations wereExpand
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Stimulus-specific contrast effects during operant discrimination learning.
  • J. Malone
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior
  • 1 November 1975
In two experiments, pigeons' responding was equally reinforced in the presence of four line-orientation stimuli. Responding was then reinforced when only two of the four orientation stimuli wereExpand
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Effects of component length and of the transitions among components in multiple schedules.
Pigeons received equal variable-interval reinforcement during presentations of two line-orientation stimuli while five other orientations appeared in extinction. Component duration was 30 seconds forExpand
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