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These old debates were expressed in new languages in the postwar era, and these new languages, especially game theory, shaped the content of these intersecting discourses. After a decade in which game theory had been almost exclusively the province of mathematicians supported by military agencies interested in optimization problems, Games and Decisions opened the game theory conversation to an audience that was not only broader, but also substantively different in its disciplinary backgrounds and goals.
Games and decisions : introduction and critical survey
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Following a lecturership at Harvard University from toa classic on decision making, he became a professor at the University of Pennsylvania in. Following a lecturership at Harvard University from tohe became a professor at the University of Pennsylvania in. In its day.
Robert Duncan Luce May 16, — August 11,  was an American mathematician and social scientist, and one of the most preeminent figures in the field of mathematical psychology. Cohen  with thesis On Semigroups. He began his professorial career at Columbia University in , where he was an assistant professor in mathematical statistics and sociology. Following a lecturership at Harvard University from to , he became a professor at the University of Pennsylvania in , and was awarded the Benjamin Franklin Professorship of Psychology in Thomas Professor of Psychology.