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نتایج جستجو برای Value theory

تعداد نتایج: 1028703  
ژورنال: فلسفه 2009

Intrinsic value is a concept central to the environmentalist movement. Whether one believes that natural objects have intrinsic value is supposed to determine whether one takes a ecocentric or homocentric approach to environmentalism, whether we practice deep or (merely) shallow ecology.  Yet this concept is also a center of controversy and confusion.  Just what does it mean for something to ha...

Nowadays companies looking for increase of quality, flexibility and timeliness. One way to achieve these goals is lean thinking. To implementation lean production, companies are looking for waste reduction and Continuous improvement. This article Using the technology acceptance model (TAM) examined whether management accountants’ perceptions of the perceived ease of use (PEOU), or perceived use...

پایان نامه :وزارت علوم، تحقیقات و فناوری - دانشگاه علامه طباطبایی - دانشکده اقتصاد 1389

در این بررسی ابتدا به بررسی ماهیت توزیع خسارات پرداخته میشود و از روش نظریه مقادیر نهایی برای بدست آوردن برآورد ارزش در معرض خطر برای خسارات روزانه بیمه مسئولیت شرکت بیمه ایران استفاده میشود. سپس کارایی نظریه مقدار نهایی در برآورد ارزش در معرض خطر با کارایی سایر روشهای واریانس ، کواریانس و روش شبیه سازی تاریخی مورد مقایسه قرار میگیرد. نتایج این بررسی نشان میدهند که توزیع ،garch شناخته شده مدل...

2008
Richard L. Smith, Myles Allen,

Extreme Value Theory is the branch of statistics that is used to model extreme events. The topic is of interest to meteorologists because much of the recent literature on climate change has focussed on the possibility that extreme events (very high or low temperatures, high precipitation events, droughts, hurricanes etc.) may be changing in parallel with global warming. As a specific example, t...

1990
SERGIU HART,

" Value, introduced by Lloyd Shapley in 1953, is a central concept in game theory and its applications. The value of a game to a player is best viewed as an a priori evaluation of his expected payoffs (in a similar way that the "utility" of a "gamble" or "lottery" is a measure ofthe.prospective outcomes). The Shapley value and its generalizations have been extensively studied, and continue to b...

1995
Jianmin Jia, James S. Dyer,

In this paper, we propose a new descriptive theory of decision making under risk, called “risk-value theory,” which leads to decision making by explicitly trading off between risk and value (i.e., a subjective value of mean). Our risk-value theory can be either consistent with expected utility theory or represent preferences consistent with non-expected utility theory. Introducing a risk indepe...

2006
Erik Brodin, Claudia Klüppelberg,

Extreme value theory is a practical and useful tool for modeling and quantifying risk. In this article, after introducing basic concepts, we indicate how to apply it within a financial framework.

2002
A. Eremenko,

We describe some results of value distribution theory of holomorphic curves and quasiregular maps, which are obtained using potential theory. Among the results discussed are: extensions of Picard’s theorems to quasiregular maps between Riemannian manifolds, a version of the Second Main Theorem of Nevanlinna for curves in projective space and non-linear divisors, description of extremal function...

2012

Extreme value theory deals with the stochastic behavior of the extreme values in a process. For a single process, the behavior of the maxima can be described by the three extreme value distributions–Gumbel, Fréchet and negative Weibull–as suggested by Fisher and Tippett (1928). Kotz and Nadarajah (2000) indicated that the extreme value distributions could be traced back to the work done by Bern...

2007

An ecological theory focuses on the relation of subject and world as mutually dependent moments of a whole and on the development and history of entities rather than on their present properties and dispositions. Values are an aspect of the relation between organism and environment that cannot be reduced to properties of organism or environment taken as separate entities. The theory of value dev...