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2018

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2018

Secure multi-party computation (MPC) has evolved from a theoretical curiosity in the 1980s to a tool for building real systems… Expand

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2006

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2006

We introduce a class of MPDs which greatly simplify Reinforcement Learning. They have discrete state spaces and continuous… Expand

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2005

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2005

Many of the important concepts and results of conventional finite automata theory are developed for a generalization in which… Expand

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2005

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2005

In an online decision problem, one makes a sequence of decisions without knowledge of the future. Each period, one pays a cost… Expand

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2001

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2001

Probabilistic graphical models and decision graphs are powerful modeling tools for reasoning and decision making under… Expand

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2000

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2000

A study on the steps to follow in linguistic decision analysis is presented in a context of multi-criteria/multi-person decision… Expand

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1997

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1997

Q: I did? Well, there is no doubt in my mind that feasibility is the real issue, but I keep bumping into the classical decision… Expand

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1997

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1997

We identify the computational complexity of the satisfiability problem for FO2, the fragment of first-order logic consisting of… Expand

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1959

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1959

Finite automata are considered in this paper as instruments for classifying finite tapes. Each one-tape automaton defines a set… Expand

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1953

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1953

1. Introduction. In this paper we consider classes whose elements are re-cursively enumerable sets of non-negative integers. No… Expand

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