This book ilustrates a new concept of preferable probability and its assessment for material selection; it inolves experimental design, robustness, discretization, fuzzy value and cluster analysis in the new method; it covers applications in portfolio investment and shortest path for the first time.
To inoculate or not to inoculate? Predicting crop yield increases after microbiome engineering with mycorrhizal fungi
Microbiome engineering has large potential for sustainable agriculture. Here we demonstrate that field inoculation with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi can promote crop yield and inoculations success can be predicted using soil microbiome indicators.
When individuals can choose with whom to cooperate, do they behave self-servingly and choose those who are ‘better off’? Or do they cooperate with others who are ‘worse off’, thereby helping others instead of themselves? We find that cooperation under partner choice can increase inequality.