## Foundations and Applications of Decision Theory: Theoretical foundations |

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### Contents

Introduction | 2 |

The Linear Tracing Procedure LTP | 8 |

An Example | 16 |

Copyright | |

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action actors akrasia alternative analysis AOP structure applied approach argument Arrow assigned assume assumption attributes axioms Bayesian behavior best reply choose compute concept conditional probabilities confirmational commitment conflict consensual weights convex set coordination problems counterfactuals credal decision model decision problem decision procedures Decision Theory decision-making defined dominance epistemic game equilibrium point evaluation example gamble game theory given Harsanyi hence hierarchy independent interaction iterative linear logic Luce Mathematical matrix maximizing expected utility metagame method minimax theory mixed strategy n-tuples Newcomb's Newcomb's problem non-cooperative non-cooperative games normal form normative notion Nozick objects opponent optimal options outcome payoff person player possible predicted preferences prior probability distribution prob psychological pure strategy rational agent rational choice reasoning regress relevant representation represented requires result situation social choice solution sort stochastically independent strategy space subgame suppose theory of rational tracing procedure unique utility function