Josué G Amián

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We present a methodology to detect changes in quality of information (QoI) of data received by an autonomous entity. QoI is defined as the inverse of the expected Kullback-Leibler distance between a reference probability distribution and the conditional distribution associated with the data. When the underlying dynamic process that generates the data is(More)
BACKGROUND The Iowa Gambling Task (IGT) is widely used to study decision-making differences between several clinical and healthy populations. Unlike the healthy participants, clinical participants have difficulty choosing between advantageous options, which yield long-term benefits, and disadvantageous options, which give high immediate rewards but lead to(More)
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