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    • Bounded rational decision-making from elementary computations that reduce uncertainty 

      Wissenschaftlicher Artikel
      Gottwald, Sebastian; Braun, Daniel A. (Universität Ulm, 2019-04-06)
      In its most basic form, decision-making can be viewed as a computational process that progressively eliminates alternatives, thereby reducing uncertainty. Such processes are generally costly, meaning that the amount of ...
    • Bounded rational decision-making with adaptive neural network priors 

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      Hihn, Heinke; Gottwald, Sebastian; Braun, Daniel A. (Universität Ulm, 2018-08-30)
      Bounded rationality investigates utility-optimizing decision-makers with limited information-processing power. In particular, information theoretic bounded rationality models formalize resource constraints abstractly in ...
    • Non-equilibrium relations for bounded rational decision-making in changing environments 

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      Grau-Moya, Jordi; Krüger, Matthias; Braun, Daniel A. (Universität Ulm, 2017-12-21)
      Living organisms from single cells to humans need to adapt continuously to respond to changes in their environment. The process of behavioural adaptation can be thought of as improving decision-making performance according ...
    • Quantifying motor task performance by bounded rational decision theory 

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      Schach, Sonja; Gottwald, Sebastian; Braun, Daniel A. (Universität Ulm, 2018-12-14)
      Expected utility models are often used as a normative baseline for human performance in motor tasks. However, this baseline ignores computational costs that are incurred when searching for the optimal strategy. In contrast, ...
    • Systems of bounded rational agents with information-theoretic constraints 

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      Gottwald, Sebastian; Braun, Daniel A. (Universität Ulm, 2019-01-18)
      Specialization and hierarchical organization are important features of efficient collaboration in economical, artificial, and biological systems. Here, we investigate the hypothesis that both features can be explained by ...