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    Title: 寡勝賽局人格與數學能力之影響
    Other Titles: Minority game : the impact of personality and mathematical abilities
    Authors: 藍振鳴;Lan, Chen-Ming
    Contributors: 淡江大學產業經濟學系碩士班
    Keywords: 寡勝賽局;真人實驗;數學能力;人格特質;Minority Game;Big Five Personality;Mathematical Ability;Human Experiments
    Date: 2014
    Issue Date: 2015-05-04 09:44:26 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本文利用張翼成(2003)互動式寡勝賽局設定與程式、五大人格測驗及數學能力為架構,建立並進行真人實驗,藉此實驗結果進行分析是當真人面對所有競爭者都是電腦的演算法時,否有影響寡勝賽局的因素存在。本研究將實驗所得到的實驗數據進行迴歸分析。我們發現,當真人受試者面臨有規律性的資源有限環境中,影響真人在寡勝賽局表現的因素有數學能力、開放性人格特質與神經質人格特質,當真人面臨較困難市場環境時,影響真人在寡勝賽局的因素有嚴謹性人格特質與外向性人格特質。
    This article uses the Zhang (2003) set and program、the BFI tests and mathematical ability as the framework to build and human experiments, analyze experimental results is to take seriously the face of all competitors who are computer calculations when law, whether the factors affecting the presence of oligonucleotides to win the game. This study will test the experimental data obtained by regression analysis. We found that there are human subjects faced regular resource-limited settings, the factors that affect minority game performance in the wins have mathematical ability, openness to experience and neuroticism personality, human faced difficult market environment, factors affecting the minority game has wins conscientiousness and extraversion personality.
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