THEORY OF GAMES AND STATISTICAL DECISIONS M A GIRSHICK
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Abstract. Decision theory is the science of making optimal decisions in the face of uncertainty. Statistical decision theory is concerned with the making of decisions when in the presence of statistical knowledge (data) which sheds light on some of the uncertainties involved in the decision problem.Cited by: 739Publish Year: 1980Author: James O. Berger
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This item: Theory of Games and Statistical Decisions (Dover Books on Mathematics) by David A. Blackwell Paperback $32. Only 1 left in stock - order soon. Ships from and sold by the_book_community. The Mathematics of Games of Strategy (Dover Books on Mathematics) by Melvin Dresher Paperback $11.Cited by: 1904Author: David Blackwell, Meyer A. GirshickReviews: 2Publish Year: 1954
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Evaluating statistical procedures through decision and game theory, as first proposed by Neyman and Pearson and extended by Wald, is the goal of this problem-oriented text in mathematical statistics. First-year graduate students in statistics and other students with a background in statistical theory and advanced calculus will find a rigorous, thorough presentation of statistical decision
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In chapter 4 the authors introduce the notion of utility as a measure of satisfaction with the outcome of a game. In chapter 5 the reader is exposed to the different classes of optimal strategies for games. The remaining chapters of the text provide rigorous development, discussion, and exploration of different classes of statistical games.
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PDF fileUni ed statistical theory by treating statistical problems as special cases of zero-sum two-person games Statistical inference was viewed as a special case of decision theory (c.f., Von Neumann and Morgenstern 1944) 1763 1774 1922 1931 1934 1949 1954
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In David Blackwell many publications included the classic Theory of Games and Statistical Decisions (1954; with M.A. Girshick) and Basic Statistics (1969). Blackwell was elected (1976) an honorary fellow of the Royal Statistical Society and won the John von Neumann Theory Prize in 1979.
Theory of Games and Statistical Decisions. David Blackwell
Theory of Games and Statistical Decisionsd Blackwell and M. A. Girshick. Wiley, New York; Chapman & Hall, London, 1954. xi + 355 pp. Illus. $7Cited by: 1Publish Year: 1954Author: Samuel Karlin