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Thanks. What if the pro...I know the derivation now. Thanks. What if the problems are multichoice ones?Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-10560800.post-2114324102677076842007-08-28T01:40:00.000-07:002007-08-28T01:40:00.000-07:00Hi, I cannot figure out why "any utility function ...Hi, I cannot figure out why "any utility function f(x) for which f'(x)/f'(1-x)=(1-x)/x will work. (ie expected utility EU(x) will have a local extremum at point x=p)". <BR/>The link is not available now. So I cannot see your derivation. Could you post it here? Thanks a lot.Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-10560800.post-1107743820708170172005-02-06T18:37:00.000-08:002005-02-06T18:37:00.000-08:00The most interesting answer I got was also the sim...The most interesting answer I got was also the simplest looking:<br /><br />f'(x)/f'(1-x) = (1-x)/x<br /><br />rewrite that as<br /><br />xf'(x) = (1-x)f'(1-x)<br /><br />So basically you can see here is that the necessary condition is that<br />xf'(x) is some m(x) which is invariant under x->1-x<br /><br />So to construct proper f(x) all we need to do is pick some m(x) that's<br />symmetric Yaroslav Bulatovhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/06139256691290554110noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-10560800.post-1107683462056283492005-02-06T01:51:00.000-08:002005-02-06T01:51:00.000-08:00Some smart people in comp.math commented on this, ...Some smart people in comp.math commented on this, and it turns out that you can take any nice function defined on (0,1/2] and extend it to the second half by<br /><br />f(x) = C + int_{1/2}^x (1-t) f'(1-t)/t dt <br />where C is determined in a way to make the two pieces match up.<br /><br />One person suggested that in order for the function to be infinitely differentiable it should look like a/xYaroslav Bulatovhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/06139256691290554110noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-10560800.post-1107568725642544112005-02-04T17:58:00.000-08:002005-02-04T17:58:00.000-08:00So any utility function f(x) for which f'(x)/f'(1-...So any utility function f(x) for which f'(x)/f'(1-x)=(1-x)/x will work. (ie expected utility EU(x) will have a local extremum at point x=p)<br /><br />This sort of looks like a differential equation...is there a good way to characterize the set of solutions?Yaroslav Bulatovhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/06139256691290554110noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-10560800.post-1107545713731827172005-02-04T11:35:00.000-08:002005-02-04T11:35:00.000-08:00Yes, your idea seems to elicit correct probabiliti...Yes, your idea seems to elicit correct probabilities as well. When I said f(x)=x^2 does not work, that was treating f(x) as a way of awarding points. On other hand, you are penalizing, so this equates to f(x)=-(1-x)^2 utility function which *does* achieve expected maximum at x=pYaroslav Bulatovhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/06139256691290554110noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-10560800.post-1107543655335166442005-02-04T11:00:00.000-08:002005-02-04T11:00:00.000-08:00Hi Yaroslav, thanks for answering my question. My...Hi Yaroslav, thanks for answering my question. My squaring-based idea would elicit the correct internal probabilities just as surely as the log-based one; that's why I was asking what properties differentiate the two. Additivity might well be such a property (I haven't thought about it yet).Scotthttps://www.blogger.com/profile/09428022255536654006noreply@blogger.com