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Such ambiguities make the choice pro- cess stochastic and intractable. ... Choice situations become arenas for social activities in addition to decision making. ...
Attracted to Conflict: Dynamic Foundations of Destructive Social Relations
theory and social identity theory. ... theory, social interdependence theory, social motivation theory, dual-concern theory, power dependence theory and social identity theory (see Coleman et al., 2012) . ...doi:10.1007/978-3-642-35280-5_2 fatcat:grhxxvcfufhk7fyah7ouh4rubm
This allows the search for existing algorithms in the graph theory literature, for the rationalization of choice. ... In our most structured case, that is where choice behavior is defined in universal choice domains and satisfies the "weak axiom of revealed preference," finding the complete preorder rationalizing choice ... , and these problems are regarded as intractable. ...doi:10.2139/ssrn.1015724 fatcat:trz6bgichbabjclfrxyvi5mjqu
An additional exam- ination of voters yielded results consistent with dissonance theory: After the election, respondents reporting favorable evaluations of both candidates (a difficult choice) tended to ... The author concludes that, although the political ‘*market’” is SOCIAL PROCESSES & SOCIAL ISSUES different and restrictive, this does not negate the role of marketing in political campaigning. ...
The search for consistency and control in such a highly variable system leads inevitably to intractable, wicked problems. ... Human Systems Dynamics is a field of theory and practice derived from applications of complex adaptive systems to wicked problems in human environments. ... The names of those who agreed to do so are listed in Appendix A. Bibliography/References ...doi:10.15694/mep.2019.000226.1 fatcat:h4oppuh5vzb4bblzs7sytvdtvu
We discuss ways in which Marr's framework may be extended to other areas of psychology, such as social, developmental, and evolutionary psychology, bringing new benefits to these fields. ... We then show how theoretical analyses can endow a theory with minimal plausibility even before contact with empirical data: We call this the theoretical cycle. ... We are grateful to Travis Proulx and two anonymous reviewers for their constructive comments that helped us improve an earlier version of the manuscript. ...doi:10.1177/1745691620970604 pmid:33404356 pmcid:PMC8273840 fatcat:wzyxokzekjcb5n4hzrhdrlhyeu
A recurring theme in the mathematical social sciences is how to select the "most desirable" elements given a binary dominance relation on a set of alternatives. ... Yet, if TEQ were to satisfy monotonicity, it would be a very attractive tournament solution concept refining both the Banks set and Dutta's minimal covering set. ... In social choice theory, where dominancebased solutions are most prevalent, the dominance relation can simply be defined as the pairwise majority relation, i.e., an alternative a is said to dominate another ...doi:10.1007/s00355-009-0419-z fatcat:56pzhass3bcqjm74qygcnxerfe
Our goal is to design a truthful auction scheme that provides an incentive for each client to bid the true value of the packets and maximizes the value of the social welfare. ... The objective of the server is to maximize the value of social welfare that captures the trade-off between values of the transmitted packets and the transmission cost incurred by the server. ... This is a new problem in the intersection of the coding theory and game theory and is related to the framework of mechanism design with social choices  . ...doi:10.1109/isit.2013.6620372 dblp:conf/isit/HsuHS13 fatcat:63y74nciinds3miaqnthyz6jam
I make a case that applying these approaches to social choice settings constitutes a powerful paradigm that deserves an extensive and thorough examination. ... I discuss challenges and opportunities in applying these approaches to settings including voting, allocation, matching, and coalition formation. ... I argue that although a probabilistic approach has been applied in several social choice settings in both theory and practice (see e.g., Stone, 2011) , there is potential to revisit fundamental social ...arXiv:2002.10171v1 fatcat:xpob2fdgibhytdagx4guqxa4f4
Such ambiguities make the choice pro- cess stochastic and intractable. ... Choice situations become arenas for social activities in addition to decision making. ...doi:10.1037/016235 fatcat:psua346ezbda3aoi66whp3wktm
and social deficits.1 Such cases negated the theory of the court: these youth's repeated failures to respond to treatment canceled their eligibility for protection from the harmful regimes of criminal ... of the criminal court.7 The result was a recurring cycle of legislation, starting in 1978 and lasting for more than two decades, that redrew the boundaries between juvenile and adult court. ...doi:10.2139/ssrn.1154670 fatcat:pvzjglve2jb37emf4zai26l4pq
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
It has its roots in artificial intelligence, mathematical programming, operations research, and programming languages. ... In this talk we will discuss a number of challenging application domains for constraint programming, and the technical challenges that these present to the research community. ... ; control theory; engineering; medicine and health; bioscience; and mathematics. ...doi:10.1007/978-3-642-33558-7_3 fatcat:33ibfxp2fjegjn4hhnajpswthi
We propose a new family of mathematical models, based on a statistical mechanics extension of discrete choice theory, that offer a set of formal tools to systematically analyse and quantify this problem ... We believe that these models offer an opportunity for the research community-in both the social and physical sciences-and decision-makers in the private and public sectors to work together towards preventing ... Acknowledgements F.G. and A.C. would like to thank Bryony Worthington and James Fox for their contributions and the useful discussions. ...arXiv:0804.3319v3 fatcat:5rfoocpyx5alnkd7lfsjkoqmpq
This point is explored in several contexts, including social choice theory, individual-level simulation models, international relations, the prisoner's dilemma game, and more general agentbased models ... But their approach, and many of the words they chose, is startlingly similar to current efforts in computer simulation modeling in general and political science in particular. ... The 1960s and 1970s also saw the growth of mathematical modeling, especially in the development of the so-called rational choice approach (known by other names, such as public choice theory, social choice ...doi:10.1177/0002764299042010004 fatcat:ef2t2bvarvefxh4utwavedmfiu
American Behavioral Scientist
This point is explored in several contexts, including social choice theory, individual-level simulation models, international relations, the prisoner's dilemma game, and more general agentbased models ... But their approach, and many of the words they chose, is startlingly similar to current efforts in computer simulation modeling in general and political science in particular. ... The 1960s and 1970s also saw the growth of mathematical modeling, especially in the development of the so-called rational choice approach (known by other names, such as public choice theory, social choice ...doi:10.1177/00027649921957865 fatcat:cmoj2dmh2bbj7pt2fsf6u7iruy
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