Satisficing Games and Decision Making

Satisficing Games and Decision Making

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In our day-to-day lives we constantly make decisions which are simply 'good enough' rather than optimal. Most computer-based decision-making algorithms, on the other hand, doggedly seek only the optimal solution based on rigid criteria and reject any others. In this book, Professor Stirling outlines an alternative approach, using novel algorithms and techniques which can be used to find satisficing solutions. Building on traditional decision and game theory, these techniques allow decision-making systems to cope with more subtle situations where self and group interests conflict, perfect solutions can't be found and human issues need to be taken into account - in short, more closely modelling the way humans make decisions. The book will therefore be of great interest to engineers, computer scientists and mathematicians working on artificial intelligence and expert systems.With Applications to Engineering and Computer Science Wynn C. Stirling. Nowak , M. A. ... Prentice-Hall, Upper Saddle River, N.J., 6th edition. Roth, A. E. ... Principles of metareasoning. Artificial ... Foundations of Economic Analysis. Harvardanbsp;...

Title:Satisficing Games and Decision Making
Author: Wynn C. Stirling
Publisher:Cambridge University Press - 2003-07-03

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