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Page 2816 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue 2001D [page]

2001 Mathematical Reviews  
Press 2001d:91046 91A28 91B40 al-Binali, S. (1-CLMB-C; New York, NY A risk-reward framework for the competitive analysis of financial games.  ...  Finally, we analyze a financial game using the risk-reward framework, and, in particular, derive an optimal risk-tolerant algorithm.” 2001d:91047 91A30 91B12 Myerson, Roger B. (1-NW-DS; Evanston, IL) Extended  ... 

Optimal Online Risk-Tolerant Ordering Policy for the Newsvendor with Forecast

Weimin Ma, Ke Wang
2010 Journal of Convergence Information Technology  
In this framework, it is assumed that the vendor may have some forecast of the future demand and he can tolerate a certain level of risk for better reward.  ...  may incline to increase their risk for some reward in practice.  ...  Al-Binali, "A Risk-Reward Framework for the Competitive Analysis of Financial Games", Algorithmica, 25(1), 1999, pp.99-115.[2] A. Borodin, R.  ... 
doi:10.4156/jcit.vol5.issue4.6 fatcat:74r7ea4thzgfvlc6ajb5ep3see


Octadila Laily Anggraeni, Elvia Shauki
2019 AFEBI Management and Business Review  
In the process of collaboration between the crowdfunding and the music industry, the parties need to conduct a value chain analysis and find out their competitive advantages to maximize fundraising.  ...  Industry 4.0 has brought many changes, in the financial sector there is financial technology. One form of financial technology is crowdfunding.  ...  This makes it easier for campaigners to distribute their work to customers and minimize the risk of shipping errors.  ... 
doi:10.47312/ambr.v4i01.231 fatcat:p3tl27fp4ff2toakff364xpvoa


Mohamed Buheji
2019 International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues  
Yet, most of the published literature on gamification focus on the utilisation of electronic games and serious games as a methodology for the development of public services; rather than seeing how to apply  ...  This qualitative research aims to provide a theoretical framework for gamification approaches in the different sectors of the public services through enhancing the engagement of the stakeholders of these  ...  Hasan (2016) even suggested a framework for gamification of civic engagement platforms.  ... 
doi:10.32479/ijefi.8803 fatcat:32ukrluywjd4bkqgixvp2yy7fm

A constraint-based framework to study rationality, competition and cooperation in fisheries [article]

Christian Mullon, Charles Mullon
2017 arXiv   pre-print
Competition within constraints leads to a particular type of mathematical game in which the strategy choice by one player changes strategy set of the other.  ...  We discuss the significance of our results for global ocean governance in a current context characterized by financialization and technological development.  ...  analysis of non-cooperative games (see Leonard, 1994; Myerson, 1999 for historical sketches).  ... 
arXiv:1605.08166v2 fatcat:t4rvsvedzbb4bdwsnsr34bymwe

Adolescents talk about physical activity, exergaming and virtual reality: a qualitative intervention development study (Preprint)

Nuša Farič, Eleanor Yorke, Laura Varnes, Katie Newby, Henry WW Potts, Lee Smith, Adrian Hon, Andrew Steptoe, Abigail Fisher
2018 JMIR Serious Games  
The vEngage study aims to test whether a virtual reality (VR) exergaming intervention can engage younger adolescents (aged 13 to 15 years) with PA.  ...  Conflicts of Interest This research is sponsored by MRC industry partnership grant and leads to development of a VR game licensed by Six to Start.  ...  We would also like to thank our adolescent steering committee who have helped shape the original idea for the study.  ... 
doi:10.2196/11960 pmid:31210135 pmcid:PMC6601253 fatcat:ffxhnul32baarlfhz2ypsbrjdy

Competitive strategy for on-line leasing of depreciable equipment

Yong Zhang, Weiguo Zhang, Weijun Xu, Hongyi Li
2011 Mathematical and computer modelling  
By comparison, we find that the introduction of a depreciation factor improves the competitive performance and the model is more practical for on-line leasing of depreciable equipment.  ...  Competitive ratios are used to evaluate the performance of online algorithms. The optimal competitive ratio of the deterministic strategy is therefore obtained.  ...  When i → 0, γ → s, and s → ∞, then we have 2 − (e − 2)/(e − 1) ≈ 1.582. al-Binali [26] built a famous risk-reward framework to analyze the rental problem and the one-way trading problem.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.mcm.2011.02.036 fatcat:kmfx2nicofethois36x4467uiq

Online Financial Algorithms: Competitive Analysis

Sandeep Kumar, Deepak Garg
2012 International Journal of Computer Applications  
Among these, an online financial algorithm is one of the most important areas where lots of efforts have been used to produce an efficient algorithm.  ...  In this paper various Online Algorithms have been reviewed for their efficiency and various alternative measures have been explored for analysis purposes.  ...  Moreover these may involve considering a risk reward framework for improving the competitive ratio.  ... 
doi:10.5120/4974-7228 fatcat:5s734zztwre37k5q3zl25lmzie

Reputation, Game Theory and Entrepreneurial Sustainability

Juan Pineiro-Chousa, Marcos Vizcaíno-González, M. López-Cabarcos
2016 Sustainability  
Third, if reputation is perceived as a strategic asset, the analysis is framed as a coordination game schema that results in the development of a reputational intelligence skill that has the potential  ...  First, if the entrepreneur perceives reputation as a risk source, the analysis is framed as a prisoner's dilemma schema that is solved by protecting against reputational threats from entrepreneurial sustainability  ...  All authors have read and approved the manuscript. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su8111196 fatcat:c46jo56lwnfalnobytqgdsg7wu

Business Plan [chapter]

J. S. Engel, David J. Teece
2016 The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Strategic Management  
Definition A business plan is a written document whose purpose is to describe the nature of a business: its market and business environment, strategy, operations marketing and sales, investment priorities  ...  and expected future financial results.  ...  the context and environment; and an assessment of all risks and rewards.  ... 
doi:10.1057/978-1-349-94848-2_460-1 fatcat:bhcmha2t7zcmroewni5extjsjq

Risk Management Using Cyber-Threat Information Sharing and Cyber-Insurance [chapter]

Deepak K. Tosh, Sachin Shetty, Shamik Sengupta, Jay P. Kesan, Charles A. Kamhoua
2017 Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering  
We model a standard game theoretic participation model for cybersecurity information exchange (CYBEX) and discuss the applicability of economic tools in addressing important issues related to CYBEX and  ...  We also pose several open research challenges, which need to be addressed for developing a robust cyber-risk management capability.  ...  Thus, if cost of participation and sharing dominates the total reward, then organizations will preferably opt for the risk averse strategy of "Not Participate".  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-67540-4_14 fatcat:6qfnk3n225d2zbnfayv6pztjui

Ownership Culture and Strategic Adaptability

Peter Thompson, Mark Shanley, Abagail McWilliams
1970 Journal of business strategies  
, and flexibility in the allocation of resources to address competitive threats andopportunities.  ...  When managers of employee-owned firms are unable to create such aculture, the performance of their firms suffers as a result.  ...  Answering these questions requires a framework that meets three criteria: it must be consistent with empirical observations, account for ownership phenomena at two levels of analysis and the interaction  ... 
doi:10.54155/jbs.30.2.145-179 fatcat:vleac52exvba3hpzxkfai6odr4

Competitive solutions for online financial problems

Ran El-Yaniv
1998 ACM Computing Surveys  
This article surveys results concerning online algorithms for solving problems related to the management of money and other assets.  ...  In particular, the survey focuses on search, replacement, and portfolio selection problems.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS My thanks to Thomas Cover and Erik Ordentlich for helping to obtain the bibliographic material.  ... 
doi:10.1145/274440.274442 fatcat:qdturxrdhrd3tmoybf6jaszln4

Competitive solutions for on-line financial problems [chapter]

Ran El-Yaniv
1998 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This article surveys results concerning online algorithms for solving problems related to the management of money and other assets.  ...  In particular, the survey focuses on search, replacement, and portfolio selection problems.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS My thanks to Thomas Cover and Erik Ordentlich for helping to obtain the bibliographic material.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bfb0029576 fatcat:5k7rjsypyrdzhkrfsxxdb2gai4

In Machines We Trust: Are Robo-Advisers More Trustworthy Than Human Financial Advisers?

Hui Xian Chia
2019 Law, Technology and Humans  
This paper argues that greater explainability can be achieved by describing the 'personality' of deep learning robo-advisers, and further proposes a framework for describing the parameters of the deep  ...  This poses a significant challenge to financial regulators, whom would not be able to examine the underlying rationale and rules of the robo-adviser to determine its safety for public use.  ...  The Deep NN agent can also be controlled in terms of risk appetite in how much financial loss it is willing to risk for financial gains, in the relative values of rewards for financial gain, versus punishment  ... 
doi:10.5204/lthj.v1i0.1261 fatcat:b227w4qv25hifjeqihggx4pyfq
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