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Title: Identifying patterns of human behavior: an analysis on experimental data of the Public Goods Game
Author: Español Casanovas, Ferran
Director/Tutor: Perelló, Josep, 1974-
Keywords: Conducta (Psicologia)
Tesis de màster
Aprenentatge automàtic
Presa de decisions
Human behavior
Masters theses
Machine learning
Decision making
Issue Date: 1-Sep-2018
Abstract: [en] The cooperation capacity among different people or countries is nowadays essential to meet certain collective objectives such as undergo a climate action, solve the pollution of the seas, or in general initiate a collective action where everybody has to contribute. Public Goods and Collective Risk Dilemmas (CRD) games have been widely used to analyse these problematics, trying to understand which is the kind of contribution of all actors engaged. In this report we add new perspectives to the debate by analysing one of the largests samples that has been used. This analysis is done by means of Machine Learning (ML) techniques which suppose a new way of addressing the identification of patterns in CRD data. In terms of the game theoretical analysis we found that an unequal distribution of resources at the beginning of the game ends up causing imbalances, mainly in the distribution of costs, which has important implications in terms of climate justice.
Note: Treballs finals del Màster de Fonaments de Ciència de Dades, Facultat de matemàtiques, Universitat de Barcelona, Any: 2018, Tutor: Josep Perelló
Appears in Collections:Programari - Treballs de l'alumnat
Màster Oficial - Fonaments de la Ciència de Dades

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