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The predictive power of zero intelligence in financial markets.
Standard models in economics stress the role of intelligent agents who maximize utility. However, there may be situations where constraints imposed by market institutions dominate strategic agentExpand
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Imitative Behaviour in Tax Evasion
Tax evasion is a topic widely explored by the microeconomic literature, both from the theoretical and the experimental perspective. The theoretical approach to tax evasion started with the seminalExpand
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Food Risk Communication and Consumers' Trust in the Food Supply Chain
Our motivation is lying on the questions "How does a food scare and information of a food scare influence the buying decision of one single agent and the changes in the aggregate demand?" and "HowExpand
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1.15 PW-850 J compressed beam demonstration using the PETAL facility.
The Petawatt Aquitaine Laser (PETAL) facility was designed and constructed by the French Commissariat à l'énergie atomique et aux énergies alternatives (CEA) as an additional PW beamline to the LaserExpand
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Capacitor Bank Module for a Multimegajoule Energy Storage
Laser megajoule (LMJ) is a laser facility being built by the French nuclear science directorate, Commissariat a l'Energie Atomique. This facility is a large flashlamp pumped laser (1.8-MJ opticalExpand
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Understanding Islamist political violence through computational social simulation
Understanding the process that enables political violence is of great value in reducing the future demand for and support of violent opposition groups. Methods are needed that allow alternativeExpand
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The Max-Min Principle of Product Differentiation: An Experimental Analysis
Theoretical models of multidimensional product differentiation predict that in duopoly firms differentiate maximally along one dimension and minimally along the other dimensions. We experimentallyExpand
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Chaotic time series prediction for the game, Rock-Paper-Scissors
Two players of Rock-Paper-Scissors are modeled as adaptive agents which use a reinforcement learning algorithm and exhibit chaotic behavior in terms of trajectories of probability in mixed strategiesExpand
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Experimental Analysis of Strategic Product Differentiation
Theoretical models of multidimensional product differentiation predict that in duopoly firms differentiate maximally along one dimension and minimally along the other dimensions. We experimentallyExpand
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Urban Sensing: Potential and Limitations of Social Network Analysis and Data Visualization as Research Methods in Urban Studies
Simeone and Patelli, building upon their experience as designers and scholars within the Urban Sensing research project, provide materials for scholars and researchers to reflect upon the potentialExpand
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