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Rational Heuristics for Rational Solutions of Riccati Equations
"... We describe some new algorithm and heuristics for computing the polynomial and rational solutions of bounded degree of a class of ordinary differential equations, which includes generalized Riccati equations. As a consequence, our methods can be used for factoring linear ordinary differential equati ..."
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We describe some new algorithm and heuristics for computing the polynomial and rational solutions of bounded degree of a class of ordinary differential equations, which includes generalized Riccati equations. As a consequence, our methods can be used for factoring linear ordinary differential
Simple Heuristics That Make Us Smart
, 2008
"... To survive in a world where knowledge is limited, time is pressing, and deep thought is often an unattainable luxury, decisionmakers must use bounded rationality. In this precis of Simple heuristics that make us smart, we explore fast and frugal heuristics—simple rules for making decisions with re ..."
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To survive in a world where knowledge is limited, time is pressing, and deep thought is often an unattainable luxury, decisionmakers must use bounded rationality. In this precis of Simple heuristics that make us smart, we explore fast and frugal heuristics—simple rules for making decisions
Social influence and bounded rationality: Heuristic decision making in complex networks
 In McNamara, D.S., and Trafton, G. (Eds.): Proceedings of the TwentyNinth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society
, 2007
"... The concept of heuristic decision making is adapted to dynamic influence processes in social networks. We report results of a set of simulations, in which we systematically varied: a) the members ’ strategies for contacting fellow group members and integrating collected information, b) the steepness ..."
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The concept of heuristic decision making is adapted to dynamic influence processes in social networks. We report results of a set of simulations, in which we systematically varied: a) the members ’ strategies for contacting fellow group members and integrating collected information, b
A perspective on judgment and choice: Mapping bounded rationality
 American psychologist
, 2003
"... Early studies of intuitive judgment and decision making conducted with the late Amos Tversky are reviewed in the context of two related concepts: an analysis of accessibility, the ease with which thoughts come to mind; a distinction between effortless intuition and deliberate reasoning. Intuitive th ..."
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thoughts, like percepts, are highly accessible. Determinants and consequences of accessibility help explain the central results of prospect theory, framing effects, the heuristic process of attribute substitution, and the characteristic biases that result from the substitution of nonextensional
Integration of the cognitive and the psychodynamic unconscious
 American Psychologist
, 1994
"... Cognitiveexperiential selftheory integrates the cognitive and the psychodynamic unconscious by assuming the existence of two parallel, interacting modes of information processing: a rational system and an emotionally driven experiential system. Support for the theory is provided by the convergenc ..."
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Cognitiveexperiential selftheory integrates the cognitive and the psychodynamic unconscious by assuming the existence of two parallel, interacting modes of information processing: a rational system and an emotionally driven experiential system. Support for the theory is provided
A rational heuristic method for finding rational solutions of first order Riccati equations (Extended Abstract)
"... this paper we present an algorithm to compute rational solutions of #rst order Riccati equations. Let Q denote the #eld of rational numbers. For a 0 ;a 1 ;a 2 2 ..."
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this paper we present an algorithm to compute rational solutions of #rst order Riccati equations. Let Q denote the #eld of rational numbers. For a 0 ;a 1 ;a 2 2
Adaptive Heuristics
 Econometrica
, 2005
"... We exhibit a large class of simple rules of behavior, which we call adaptive heuristics, and show that they generate rational behavior in the long run. These adaptive heuristics are based on natural regret measures, and may be viewed as a bridge between rational and behavioral viewpoints. Taken toge ..."
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We exhibit a large class of simple rules of behavior, which we call adaptive heuristics, and show that they generate rational behavior in the long run. These adaptive heuristics are based on natural regret measures, and may be viewed as a bridge between rational and behavioral viewpoints. Taken
Rational deployment of CSP heuristics
 In IJCAI
, 2011
"... Heuristics are crucial tools in decreasing search effort in varied fields of AI. In order to be effective, a heuristic must be efficient to compute, as well as provide useful information to the search algorithm. However, some wellknown heuristics which do well in reducing backtracking are so heavy ..."
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heavy that the gain of deploying them in a search algorithm might be outweighed by their overhead. We propose a rational metareasoning approach to decide when to deploy heuristics, using CSP backtracking search as a case study. In particular, a value of information approach is taken to adaptive
Rational Expectations or Heuristics? Strategic Voting
 in Proportional Representation Systems.” Party Politics
, 2008
"... The process of formation of electoral expectations in proportional representation systems is analysed in this article. Contrary to Duvergerian or electoral coordination theories, by using survey and indepth elite interview data from Spain in the 1970s and 1980s, it is shown that strategic voting d ..."
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depends on heuristics (i.e. extrapolations from the previous election) rather than on rational expectations. The main implication is that strategic voting is possible in large districts. KEY WORDS heuristics multimember districts rational expectations Spain strategic voting 1.
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