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Non-Archimedean Utility Theory (Hardcover, 1975 ed.): Heinz J. Skala
Non-Archimedean Utility Theory (Hardcover, 1975 ed.): Heinz J. Skala

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Non-Archimedean Utility Theory (Hardcover, 1975 ed.)

Heinz J. Skala

Series: Theory and Decision Library, No. 9

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My interest in non-Archimedean utility theory and the problems related to it was aroused by discussions which I have had with Professors Werner Leinfellner and Gunter Menges. On the occasion of the Second Inter- national Game Theory Workshop, Berkeley, 1970, which was sponsored by the National Science Foundation, I had the opportunity to report about a result on non-standard utilities. Work on this subject continued when I was a research assistant of Professor Gunter Menges at the Uni- versity of Heidelberg. The present mono graph is essentially a translation of my habilitation thesis which was accepted on February 15, 1973 by the Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences at the Universtity of Heidelberg. On translating my thesis I took up some suggestions made by ProfessorWerner Boge from the Faculty of Mathematics at the Uni- versity of Heidelberg. Through lack of time many of his ideas have not been taken into consideration but I hope to do so in a future paper. The first chapter should be considered as a short introduction to pref- erence orderings and to the notion of a utility theory proposed by Dana Scott and Patrick Suppes. In the second chapter I discuss in some detail various problems of ordinal utility theory. Except when introducing non-standard models of the reals no use is made of concepts of model theory. This is done in deference to those readers who do not wish to be troubled by formal languages and model theory.

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Imprint: Kluwer Academic Publishers
Country of origin: Netherlands
Series: Theory and Decision Library, No. 9
Release date: June 1975
First published: June 1975
Authors: Heinz J. Skala
Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 12mm (L x W x T)
Format: Hardcover
Pages: 139
Edition: 1975 ed.
ISBN-13: 978-90-277-0352-1
Barcode: 9789027703521
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LSN: 90-277-0352-3

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