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How to interpret hyperbolic discounting functions

  1. May 29, 2008 #1


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    Graphs are above. The thing is, the hyperbolic discounting curve is 1/(1+kt) and the exponential one is current value = nondelayed value x (1 - discount rate)^delay. By those two curves, value should decrease with respect to time. But the graphs of value above all increase with respect to time. Can anyone clarify these for me? Thanks.
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