Amershi and Sunder (1987) analyzed the common knowledge
consequences in accounting.
Our bodies are the same and we can share the common knowledge
each of us has in learning about our bodies and how they work in response to labor and our baby's movement through the pelvis.
The Service concludes that neither of these actions expands or refines the common knowledge
of skilled professionals in the relevant field of technology or science.
Specifically, the conference report to the 1998 Act states that otherwise qualifying "research activities intended to achieve a result that already has been achieved by other persons but is not yet within the common knowledge
And it's fairly common knowledge
certain players have, on their mobiles, given information to bookies about the pitch c onditions and the weather and who's likely to bat first and how the match is likely to go.
After all, with Shakespeare today supplanting even Jane Austen as Hollywood's premier screenwriter, stories such as that of Romeo and Juliet have become common knowledge
But Bicchieri is sceptical of highly idealized assumptions about knowledge, common knowledge
, and rationality.
Instead, Ford Credit created a small BI unit focused around selected key intelligence topics and a common knowledge
If we require only that it is common knowledge
that each player maximizes expected utility relative to internally consistent beliefs, we have the solution concept of rationalizability.
Such facts may be common knowledge
, but are worth restating, if only to emphasise the increasing precariousness of our tenure on the planet.
A nuclear weapons abolition treaty would require intense negotiation of the specifics, but the essential elements are common knowledge
His message, if I heard it right, was that one of the restrictions on our industry's efforts to flourish was not so much the lack of high-tech research and development, but the failure to apply the low-tech common knowledge
that has been available for decades.