Are non-Euclidean Geometries Possible in Kant?



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Hybrid methods comprising autoregressive integrated moving average (ARIMA) and neural network models are generally favored against single neural network and single ARIMA models in the literature. The benefits of such methods appear to be substantial especially when dealing with non-stationary series: nonstationary linear component can be modeled using ARIMA and nonlinear component using neural networks. Our studies suggest that the use of a nonlinear component may degenerate the performance of such hybrids ...
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This essay is a meditation on one of the most influential architectural texts produced in the second half of the twentieth century—Aldo Rossi's groundbreaking 1976 book L'Architettura della Città. The book can be seen as a manifesto for Italian “Neorationalism,” of which Aldo Rossi was the most celebrated representative. This essay, through a close reading of L'Architettura della Città, tries to track down the object of the “Neo-Rationalist urban science.” Moreover this reading, which is done vis-à-vis the ...
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We have analyzed the question whether or not limit-pricing behavior can be viewed as a strategy, which survives the replicator dynamics in a game in which firms change strategies through imitation. Our results show that, regardless of the proportion of low cost incumbents in the population, potential entrants that play the strategy "enter" when they observe limit output are wiped out. The unique ESS consists of all low cost incumbents playing the "limit output" strategy, and all high cost incumbents playing...
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S. Bağçe, Are non-Euclidean Geometries Possible in Kant? 2004.