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  • Most games have some form of asymmetry between players.
  • Thus, the AD mechanism may explain the asymmetry between matter and anti-matter in the current Universe.
  • Studies show that audits that are high in quality also lead to higher quality information in the capital markets and less information asymmetry between traders.
  • The main focus of analysis is on the information asymmetry between the agent, who is assumed to be well informed, and the principal who may not be.
  • There is thus an asymmetry between a positive and negative statement in intuitionism.
  • Asymmetry between the positive- and negative-going transfer function establishes the relationship between the degree of even and odd harmonics produced.
  • In a 1994 paper, he studies the asymmetry between the supply of money in an economy and the distribution of income.
  • Radiant temperature asymmetry between ceiling and floor, and air and walls must be limited to reduce discomfort.
  • Torsion may also be responsible for the observed asymmetry between matter and antimatter in the Universe.
  • They concluded that there was a significant asymmetry between the two processes that indicated that mirror neurons do not exist in humans.
  • In these cases of planned obsolescence, there is an information asymmetry between the producer - who knows how long the product was designed to last - and the consumer, who does not.
  • There may be an asymmetry between the leading and trailing hemispheres; the former appears to be redder than the latter.
  • Based on the distribution of elements, in structural analysis we find either power-symmetry between equally strong parties or power-asymmetry between a stronger and a weaker party.
  • The process by which this asymmetry between particles and antiparticles developed is called baryogenesis.
  • In other words, direct CP violation is observed in the asymmetry between the two modes of decay.
  • Popper's account of the logical asymmetry between verification and falsifiability lies at the heart of his philosophy of science.
  • The main feature of the financial markets that leads to imperfection is the information asymmetry between borrowers and lenders.
  • Often asymmetry between the thicknesses of arrow-pairs leads to red arrows dominating the picture.
  • First, there has to be informational asymmetry between the signaler and receiver (I know more about my own level of toughness than you do).
  • Strict liability also seeks to diminish the impact of information asymmetry between manufacturers and consumers.
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