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comment How to obtain accumulated counts of past events by time $t$?
can you represent $\tau_i$ in terms of my $f$? How about $g(t) = |\{s \in [0,t], f(s) = 1\}|$? Is this or yours a more elegant way than some integral or sum if exists? (I guess no)
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comment How to obtain accumulated counts of past events by time $t$?
Thanks. Can you formulate what you mean by "introduce random times for the events and add up only terms corresponding to those times"?
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comment Is this a game theory problem or optimization problem?
@shane: (1) What are some ways to create such a utility function out of $f$ and $g$? (2) The utility function is not supposed to let the seller or manufacture know, but only to the customer, me, for buying a product of a given type. Is my problem an optimization problem rather than a game theory one?
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