Decision Making: Uncertainty, Imperfection, Deliberation and Scalability (Studies in Computational Intelligence, Volume 538)

Decision Making: Uncertainty, Imperfection, Deliberation and Scalability (Studies in Computational Intelligence, Volume 538)


This quantity specializes in uncovering the basic forces underlying dynamic selection making between a number of interacting, imperfect and selfish determination makers.

The chapters are written via top specialists from varied disciplines, all contemplating the numerous assets of imperfection in determination making, and constantly with an eye fixed to reducing the myriad discrepancies among conception and actual international human determination making.

Topics addressed comprise uncertainty, deliberation rate and the complexity bobbing up from the inherent huge computational scale of determination making in those systems.

In specific, analyses and experiments are provided which concern:

• activity allocation to maximise “the knowledge of the crowd”;
• layout of a society of “edutainment” robots who account for one anothers’ emotional states;
• spotting and counteracting possible non-rational human determination making;
• dealing with severe scale whilst studying causality in networks;
• efficiently incorporating specialist wisdom in customized medicine;
• the results of character on dicy selection making.

The quantity is a useful resource for researchers, graduate scholars and practitioners in computing device studying, stochastic regulate, robotics, and economics, between different fields.

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