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GAMES OF INNOVATION: A NEW THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVE

ROGER MILLER, SERGHEI FLORICEL
2007 International Journal of Innovation Management  
Games of innovation are sets of rules that structure meso-level innovation systems composed of organisational actors that compete and collaborate to create value.  ...  All game rules are coherent, with one dominant value-creation logic, and refer to all the aspects of managing innovation, from competitive strategies and policies for investment in innovation capabilities  ...  There are multiple games, and each game has a different dynamic.  ... 
doi:10.1142/s1363919607001606 fatcat:dou23noqo5fbbn3gjeql7kig7e

Research Note—Online Price Dispersion: A Game-Theoretic Perspective and Empirical Evidence

Sulin Ba, Jan Stallaert, Zhongju Zhang
2012 Information systems research  
This paper contributes to the literature on price dispersion by offering a differentiation model that provides a good fit with data and by proposing a theory that explains previous counterintuitive observations  ...  Our model also helps an e-tailer to choose a desirable position in the competitive market.  ...  We derived analytical results in a game-theoretic setting where online retailers are differentiated in service and recognition.  ... 
doi:10.1287/isre.1110.0353 fatcat:eqtsjyi3tfbqnanop3vglbcshe

Multi-criteria Coalition Formation Games [chapter]

Ayumi Igarashi, Diederik M. Roijers
2017 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
To mitigate this, we propose the multi-criteria coalition formation game model, in which there are different publicly available quality metrics (corresponding to different criteria) for which a value is  ...  Game-theoretic approaches typically assume that the scalar utility for each agent for each coalition is public information.  ...  Roijers is a postdoctoral fellow of the Research Foundation -Flanders (FWO). This work is in part supported by the EC-FP7 under grant agreement no. #611153 (TERESA).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-67504-6_14 fatcat:6ckas4pbi5fzjb5iunypji5lqy

An Introduction to Group Decision and Negotiation Support [chapter]

Tawfik Jelassi, Gregory Kersten, Stanley Zionts
1990 Readings in Multiple Criteria Decision Aid  
They also cannot provide a consistent account of concession making as in the economic models or most multiple criteria decision models.  ...  The two classical ones are economic models of bargaining and game-theoretic models and both utilize the utility concept.  ...  DERR and Andre LAURENT "The internal and external careers: a theoretical and cross-cultural perspective", Spring 1987. 87/41 Gavriel HAWAWINI and "Seasonality, size premium "Business strategy, market  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-75935-2_23 fatcat:njmdsvso4beufcrsywyczzueja

Using similarity criteria to make issue trade-offs in automated negotiations

P. Faratin, C. Sierra, N.R. Jennings
2002 Artificial Intelligence  
Automated negotiation is a key form of interaction in systems that are composed of multiple autonomous agents.  ...  Here we present a strategy called the trade-off strategy where multiple negotiation decision variables are traded-off against one another (e.g., paying a higher price in order to obtain an earlier delivery  ...  In particular, learning information about the opponent's preferences and their relative weightings is likely to lead to better outcomes.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0004-3702(02)00290-4 fatcat:joumbiokefdt3bxpbgom4bpyay

CREATING A NEW CULTURAL TOURISM PRODUCT RELATED TO LOCAL POST-INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE AS A MULTIPLE CRITERIA DECISION AIDING PROBLEM

Marek Czekajski, Department of Operations Research, College of Informatics and Communication, University of Economics, Katowice, Poland
2020 Multiple Criteria Decision Making  
Keywords: multiple criteria decision making, group decision-making, multiple criteria problems in cultural tourism, decisions on new cultural tourism products.  ...  The specific assumptions, conditions, and criteria are defined to formulate the problem for further consideration using multiple criteria group decision-making (GDM) approaches.  ...  The theoretical assumptions of multidimensionality and multiple criteria structure create a certain conceptual framework which a group decision-maker (a group of stakeholders) can use in a practical aspect  ... 
doi:10.22367/mcdm.2020.15.06 fatcat:w4wlljeen5bn7aonxkf2rx2hum

An Integrated Platform Supporting Intangible Cultural Heritage Learning and Transmission: Definition of Requirements and Evaluation Criteria

Francesca M. Dagnino, Leontios J. Hadjileontiadis, Michela Ott, Francesca Pozzi
2015 Journal of Computing and Information Technology  
The paper offers a view of the complexity of the design of ICT-based tools supporting the preservation and transmission of ICH and also provides an insight (and this could have a broader impact) into the  ...  offers an experience-based viewpoint on two key phases of the development of an Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs)-based system: the definition of requirements and identification of related criteria  ...  In both cases, a two-folded approach has been adopted by taking a technological perspective and, by assuming the final users' perspective; thus, requirements and evaluation criteria have been established  ... 
doi:10.2498/cit.1002461 fatcat:poj44ikamzesvo27jg32wh54tu

Multiple criteria decision-making for lane-change model [article]

Ao Li, Liting Sun, Wei Zhan, Masayoshi Tomizuka
2019 arXiv   pre-print
We applied a decision-theoretical tool, called Multi-Criteria Decision Making (MCDM) to take these incentive policies into account.  ...  We define human incentives from different perspectives, speed incentive, route change incentive, comfort incentive and courtesy incentive etc.  ...  A multiple-criteria decision making method is used to integrate these factors together to improve the accuracy and reliability. Different driving styles are integrated into our model.  ... 
arXiv:1910.10142v1 fatcat:jl53qgvvkjazzg4jopgwephu2q

Problem Structuring [chapter]

Valerie Belton, Theodor J. Stewart
2002 Multiple Criteria Decision Analysis  
tools of OR may be applied, and could therefore also be viewed as a PSM.  ...  In reflecting on these and other experiences we conclude with a brief discussion of the complementary theme, that MCDA can also be viewed as creating a problem structure within which many other standard  ...  • Aggregation of preferences across criteria.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4615-1495-4_3 fatcat:jbiz7rlmxrcgpbnvktdyuyp2um

Metaphilosophical Criteria for Worldview Comparison

Clément Vidal
2012 Metaphilosophy  
Then we apply these criteria and tests to a concrete example, comparing the Flying Spaghetti Monster deity with Intelligent Design.  ...  We first define what a worldview is and explicit the heuristic used in our quest for criteria. After describing each criterion individually, we show what happens when we violate each of them.  ...  A simple way to overcome difficulties in learning theoretical disciplines would be to include history of science in curricula more systematically.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-9973.2012.01749.x fatcat:nwp2nrcgnve7naodggn7ars5ya

From Literature to Alternate Reality Games: Prerequisites, Criteria, and Limitations of a Young Adult Novel's Transformational Design for Educational Purposes

Moula Evangelia, Malafantis Konstantinos
2019 Advances in Literary Study  
At the same time, the project supports a multidimensional approach to the literary phenomenon as a means of promoting a wide range of learning goals.  ...  Design issues, the main characteristics of the ARGs, the criteria and the motivational factors of successful ARGs, as well as the inherent limitations of such a project.  ...  They offer multiple interest-driven trajectories and opportunities to learn with others, becoming an authentic participant (Squire, 2011) .  ... 
doi:10.4236/als.2019.74014 fatcat:wm7r2jdyfvfxffl2ixnnk5a2wq

Negotiators' Effectiveness with Mixed Agendas: An Empirical Exploration of Tasks, Decisions and Performance Criteria

Stephen E. Weiss
2010 Group Decision and Negotiation  
Each had a significant effect (with one exception), but decisions on pure conflict influenced individual effectiveness much more than decisions on either of the other two.  ...  Based on multiple criteria and measures, individuals were generally not effective.  ...  With this measure, assessing whether or not a negotiator is effective, and by how much, requires additional criteria and varies by perspective.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10726-009-9187-5 fatcat:dyxwltq6xvcxbbq3unccp52nwa

Residential grid storage technology battles: a multi-criteria analysis using BWM

Geerten van de Kaa, Theo Fens, Jafar Rezaei
2018 Technology Analysis & Strategic Management  
His main research interests are in the areas of logistics and supply chain management, and multi-criteria decision-making.  ...  These studies have been conducted from multiple perspectives and disciplines.  ...  Methodology Best worst method (BWM) Multi-criteria decision analysis (MCDA) is used for analyzing a decision when there are multiple criteria involved.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09537325.2018.1484441 fatcat:bupe7qyeqrbptiw7v3yffqxmlu

A critical review of multi-criteria decision making methods with special reference to forest management and planning

Jayanath Ananda, Gamini Herath
2009 Ecological Economics  
The review primarily focuses on the application aspects highlighting theoretical underpinnings and controversies.  ...  More than 60 individual studies were reviewed and classified by the method used, country of origin, number and type of criteria and options evaluated.  ...  The biodiversity index was incorporated into a forest management/planning problem as a decision criterion along with timber production and game management.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ecolecon.2009.05.010 fatcat:52qsr7ie5rhgdajk7pofwfh4vu

Pathways through Information Landscapes: Alternative Design Criteria for Digital Art Collections

Tim Wray, Peter W. Eklund, Karlheinz Kautz
2013 International Conference on Information Systems  
It exploits the idea that the digital medium affords the ability to express the multiplicity of these relationships.  ...  In this paper, we apply a concept driven interaction design approach to introduce a design theory for the presentation and navigation of digital art collections.  ...  In doing so we provide a design science theory, which fulfills Gregor and Jones' (2007) criteria for such a theory that includes a description of the purpose of the designed artifact, its theoretical  ... 
dblp:conf/icis/WrayEK13a fatcat:wbqvcnehyrhi3nyrj4apx6pc7u
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