Knowledge-Representation, Belief Systems and an Index of the Seller’s Propensity-To-Sell Real Estate

  • Michael I. C. Nwogugu


This Chapter introduces a new Spatio-Temporal Cognition Index of the Seller’s propensity-to-sell in the Housing industry (and in the real estate industry in general); and develops new theories (testable hypothesis) of psychological effects and Biases that affect sellers in the US housing industry.


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