04/12/2019

Speaker(s) : Hung. T Nguyen (NMSU (USA))

In view of current efforts on promoting the appropriate use of quantum probability (QP), mainly because of its non-commutativity property, in social decision problems, I will entertain the audience with an overview of its state-of-the-art. Specifically, I will elaborate upon QP and its use in von Neumann's expected utility formalism, as a comparison with other well-known non-additive approaches. If time permits, I will go a bit into Bohmian mechanics whose dynamics seems appropriate for modeling financial data exhibiting human factors. These seemingly new ingredients in uncertainty analysis in general provide lots of important and "interesting" research programs ahead.

**Bio**

Doctorat d'Etat es Sciences Mathematiques, University of Lille, 1975.

Emeritus Professor of Mathematical Sciences, New Mexico State University (USA) and

Adjunct Professor of Economics, Chiang Mai University (Thailand).

Research interests: Fuzzy mathematics, random set theory, Conditional Event Algebra, Statistical estimation in non-regular models;

Currently: Quantum probability for decision theory and Statistics for Bohmian models in Financial Econometrics/ Predictive behavioral modeling in Econometrics.

_Plus d'information sur Hung. T Nguyen :[https://scholar.google.co.th/citations?user=-LKhbM8AAAAJ&hl=en](https://scholar.google.co.th/citations?user=-LKhbM8AAAAJ&hl=en)_

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