An Emperor's new clothes, stock prices, and LIFO adoptions are but three examples of problems arising from consideration of common knowledge
I learned today what caused my own three cesarean births and that information should be common knowledge
for all women.
In other words, is this process within the common knowledge
of skilled professionals employed by U.
She points out that Bayesian rationality - that is, maximizing expected payoff according to one's beliefs - and even common knowledge
of Bayesian rationality among the players, are too weak to assure a Nash equilibrium.
Instead of everyone having his or her own opinion about a topic or competitor, based on different microbits of information, the company is creating a common knowledge
These ideas are imported into game theory by what Bicchieri herself calls a "heroic", assumption: that this model of belief revision is common knowledge
among the players (p.
Remember, The Negative Mental Approach to Management calls for low-tech common knowledge
Senior management teams must lead their organizations to select new information and communication systems, working from a common knowledge
base of current functional requirements for systems, of information technologies, and of technological trends.
These two books consider a number of foundational issues in game theory having to do with common knowledge
IT seems to be common knowledge
that Newcastle are in the hunt for a striker this transfer window.
They want to sell him, it's common knowledge
they need to sell him," said Redknapp after the 2-0 Wembley Cup defeat to Celtic.
Beattie's legal team say this was undermined by the fact that all the "special knowledge" was already known to police and other details were common knowledge
in the area.
But it is common knowledge
that Google is a high-profile website, "and we're trying to make sure we're not excluded from the list," Crevier says.