Search for tag: "conflict"

20190625_SCT_Rahel Jaeggi

From  Carla Liesching on July 3rd, 2019 16 plays

CAM Colloquium - Mike Todd: Computation, Multiplicity, and Comparative Statics of Cournot Equilibria in Integers

We give an efficient algorithm for computing a Cournot equilibrium when the producers are confined to integers, the inverse demand function is linear, and costs are quadratic. The method also…

minusbusiness lawaccountancyelementary algebracreativitysemanticscomputer algebrastraightforwardmathematical objectsgame theorymacroeconomicsc.i.positivelogictotal productioninteger casemarket structure and pricingspring 2015algorithmreal caseanalytic geometrycharacterizationpolynomialsinformation retrievalconflict of lawsstatementsfunctionnon-negativewelfare statecontrol flowmechanical engineeringproduction economicshigher educationb.q.bankingpropositional calculuscompetitiontheoretical computer sciencemicroeconomicsintegermathematical logicfunctional analysisfamilyon premisenumerical analysisproductioneconomic policymathematical optimizationeducationquadraticthingyouthcommerceengineeringinternet search enginesmarketingindustrycoloroperations researchreal analysislower boundring theorymechanicshigh schooldecision theorypricingupper boundboundeconomicsmathematical analysisplanningphilosophical terminologyorder theoryproduction and manufacturingconcepts in physicsrepublicsmarkets (customer bases)engliberal democraciesset theorycomputability theoryinternational tradenon-cooperative gamesmathematical economicssocial policygenerally accepted accounting principlesstatistical terminologyproducerenvironmental sciencefixed points (mathematics)e.j.topologybiology terminologyeconomiessocial psychologysorting algorithmstheologyminus sidemotivationmathematical notationinfinitypayoff functioncomputer scienceproducequalitymediasitecaption completetypes of functionsarithmeticalgorithmsformal sciences
From  E. Cornelius on May 15th, 2018 2 plays

Ezra's Round Table/Systems Seminar: Alexander MacDonald (Cal Tech) - Engineering Economic Development in the Solar System: Lessons from the Economic History of American Space Exploration

Friday, May 2, 2014 at 12:00pm Frank H. T. Rhodes Hall, 253 Ezra's Round Table/Systems Seminar: Alexander MacDonald (Cal Tech) - Engineering Economic Development in the Solar System: Lessons…

spring 2014militarysoviet unionpresidential medal of freedom recipientsphases of matterthingprivate sectoreconomic developmenteconomicprojectplanetary sciencewritingspace launch vehiclesnonverbal communicationinternational relationsabstractionbusiness termscloud computing providerstechnologyfinancebiologylibertarian theorycompanies in the dow jones industrial averagebillion dollarsgeography terminologyliquidscontinentsmanned spacecrafteconomic systemsphysiologyg20 nationsu.s.virgin groupcountries in europeconstructionmarketingconflict of lawssunspacefederal constitutional republicsfellows of the american academy of arts and sciencesmoneytelescopesmillion dollarsastronomyenghistorical erasethnic groups in europespaceflightmasspolitical terminologyflightwealthdevelopmentaccountancymotivationspace colonizationforcebiology terminologyglobal conflictscoststerrestrial planetsmember states of the united nationsaerodynamicsdebtbiological systemssystems engineeringconcepts in physicsgeographyhuman spaceflight programmeseconomicslunar observatorymediasitewarspace explorationtourismdollareconomieslinguisticscaption completepeopleplasma physicssocial inequalitycommerceastronauticspolitical science termsfictionliberal democraciespublic economicscongressional gold medal recipientslogicg15 nationsnasaamerican technology chief executivesuniversepainting techniquesrobert goddardwestern asiasociological terminologyspace technologystarsexplorationengineeringpressure vesselsviolenceon premiseliteraturegovernmenteconomic anthropologyforms of governmentsuperpowershumanitiesfederal countriesspacecraftmarket structure and pricingbusiness lawcapabilityspace tourismclassical mechanicsg8 nationsnumismaticsmacroeconomicsstate functionsamerican billionairessociology of cultureeconomic sectorsspace flightscience fictionspace shuttle programpolitical philosophyexplosive weaponsresearch methodsspace stationindustryresearchamerican
From  E. Cornelius on May 14th, 2018 4 plays

ORIE Colloquium, 2013-02-14 - Yehua Wei: Understanding the Effectiveness of Sparse Process Flexibility

ORIE Colloquium: Yehua Wei (MIT) - Understanding the Effectivness of Sparse Process Flexibility Thursday, February 14, 2013 at 3:00pm Frank H. T. Rhodes Hall, 253 The seminal paper of Jordan and…

From  E. Cornelius on April 30th, 2018 7 plays