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December 31, 1988 by Springer .
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This foundational work predates the development of the notion of ergodicity, and it assumes that. This additive model posits that gaze is indicative of the decision maker’s instantaneous bias toward an option, the magnitude of which is independent of the option itself.
Another model, the attentional DDM (aDDM; Krajbich et al., ), suggests an interaction between the values of the options and the degree to which attention influences.The present chapter is concerned with a dataset that is in fact far from conformity with the chain ladder assumptions.
Its modeling requires a great deal more structure than provided by the chain ladder, so that informed decision-making will be achieved only by means of statistical methods.The subjective probabilities implied by Savage's (, ) Postulates are finitely but not countably additive.
The failure of countable additivity leads to two known classes of dominance paradoxes, money pumps and indifference between an act and one that pointwise dominates it.
There is a common resolution to these classes of paradoxes and to any others that might arise from failures of.