Browsing by Author "Alaoui, Larbi"

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  • El Haji, Hasna; Alaoui, Larbi (SAI Organization, 2020)
    Sequence Alignment is an active research subfield of bioinformatics. Today, sequence databases are rapidly and steadily increasing. Thus, to overcome this issue, many efficient algorithms have been developed depending ...
  • Usuari de càrrega; EL Saili, Chama; Alaoui, Larbi (SAI Organization, 2020)
    Existing approaches for text clustering are either agglomerative, divisive or based on frequent itemsets. However, most of the suggested solutions do not take the semantic associations between words into account and ...
  • Alaoui, Larbi; Penta, Antonio (2018-10-08)
    When an individual thinks about a problem, his decision to reason further may involve a tradeo between cognitive costs and a notion of value. But it is not obvious that this is always the case, and the value of reasoning ...
  • Alaoui, Larbi; Penta, Antonio (University of Chicago Press, 2022)
    An individual’s decision to reason about a problem may involve a trade-off between cognitive costs and a notion of value. This paper analyzes the primitive properties that must hold for the decision to stop thinking to be ...
  • Alaoui, Larbi; Penta, Antonio (2012-07-01)
  • Janezic, Katharina A. (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, 2021-06-02)
    This thesis contains three chapters studying questions of behavioural and experimental economics. Chapter 1, titled “Heterogeneity in lies and lying preferences”, develops a theoretical framework and an experimental design ...
  • Puig Pomés, David (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, 2023-05-26)
    This thesis consists of three independent essays on decision theory, behavioral economics, and experimental economics. The first article (Chapter 2) studies variety-seeking behavior, an empirically well-documented driver ...
  • Sánchez Moscona, Daniel (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, 2020-12-15)
    This thesis consists of three independent essays on behavioral economic theory. The rst article (Chapter 2) builds a framework of rational decision-making with conformity. The approach in this chapter is axiomatic. I show ...
  • Alaoui, Larbi; Fons-Rosen, Christian (2016-04-01)
    This paper investigates the way dierent sides of grit in uence behavior. In addition to grit's upside in achieving economic success associated with not giving up, it might also have a downside associated with not letting ...
  • Alaoui, Larbi; Sandroni, Alvaro (2013-01-01)
    This paper shows an equivalence result between the utility functions of secular agents who abide by a moral obligation to accumulate wealth and those of religious agents who believe that salvation is immutable and preordained ...
  • Alaoui, Larbi; Janezic, Katharina A.; Penta, Antonio (Elsevier, 2020)
    Recent experiments suggest that level-k behavior is often driven by subjects' beliefs, rather than their binding cognitive bounds. But the extent to which this is true in general is not completely understood, mainly because ...
  • Alaoui, Larbi; Janezic, Katharina A.; Penta, Antonio (2017-11-13)
    Recent experiments suggest that level-k behavior is often driven by subjects' beliefs, rather than their binding cognitive bounds. But the extent to which this is true in general is not completely understood, mainly because ...
  • Abatal, Ahmed; Alaoui, Khadija; Bahaj, Mohamed; Alaoui, Larbi (SAI Organization, 2019)
    With the advances in native storage means of RDF data and associated querying capabilities using SPARQL, there is a need to let SQL users benefit from such capabilities for interoperability objectives and without any ...
  • Alaoui, Larbi (2012-04-01)
    There are many situations in which individuals have a choice of whether or not to observe eventual outcomes. In these instances, individuals often prefer to remain ignorant. These contexts are outside the scope of analysis ...
  • Alaoui, Larbi; Germano, Fabrizio (2012-12-01)
    We develop a theory of news coverage in environments of information abundance. Time-constrained consumers browse through news items across competing outlets. They choose which outlets to access and which stories to read ...

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