Current Scientific Approaches to Decision Making in Complex Systems: 3. Volume 1. Conference Proceedings. Third Conference, Richmond, Surrey, England, 6-8 August 1978
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The Third Richmond Conference centered on foundational problems in decision-making. The conference is reported in two volumes. Volume I contains an overview of each of the major papers presented, with the authors commentary and the discussion by conference participants, plus several general discussions. Volume II ARI Research Note 80-11 provides the major papers themselves Observable Components of the Decision Process and a Revised Theoretical Position, by Gordon Pask Decision Making as an Event-Search Traffic on a Multidimensional Structure, by R. H. Atkin Decision Foundation and Practice, by Brian R. Gaines Competing Modes of Cognition and Communication in Simulated and Self-Reflective Systems, by Stein Braten On the Spontaneous Emergence of Decision Making Constraints in Communicating Hierarchical Systems by John S. Nicolis and also a paper by Maria Nowakowska on a new model of decision under risk.
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