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Update May 7, 2017: Please note that we had to disable the phrase search operator (.) and the boolean not operator (-) due to technical problems. For the time being, phrase search queries will yield regular prefix search result, and search terms preceded by a minus will be interpreted as regular (positive) search terms.
found 11 matches
- Xiaofeng Wang:
Costly Participation and The Evolution of Cooperation in the Repeated Public Goods Game. Dyn. Games Appl. 11(1): 161-183 (2021)
- Kenju Kamei:
Teams Do Inflict Costly Third-Party Punishment as Individuals Do: Experimental Evidence. Games 12(1): 22 (2021)
- Dimitrios Xefteris:
Strategic voting when participation is costly. Games Econ. Behav. 116: 122-127 (2019)
- Priel Levy, David Sarne, Igor Rochlin:
Contest Design with Uncertain Performance and Costly Participation. IJCAI 2017: 302-309
- David McAdams:
On the benefits of dynamic bidding when participation is costly. J. Econ. Theory 157: 959-972 (2015)
- Matteo Diez, Andrea Serani, Cecilia Leotardi, Emilio Fortunato Campana, Daniele Peri, Umberto Iemma, Giovanni Fasano, Silvio Giove:
A Proposal of PSO Particles' Initialization for Costly Unconstrained Optimization Problems: ORTHOinit. ICSI (1) 2014: 126-133
- Ryuya Kagifuku, Shigeo Matsubara:
Costly Voting with Sequential Participation. PRIMA 2011: 68-82
- Ali Kakhbod:
Resource Allocation with Costly Participation. CoRR abs/1108.2018 (2011)
- Marc Rotenberg:
Wiretapping Bill: Costly and Intrusive. Computerization and Controversy, 2nd Ed. 1996: 664-668
- George E. Monahan:
Optimal Stopping in a Partially Observable Markov Process with Costly Information. Oper. Res. 28(6): 1319-1334 (1980)
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