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[[Image:Decision Theory Orbital tracking Mercury.jpg|thumb|right|A 1960's photo of computers used in Mercury orbital track at Goddard Space Flight Center (significantly reduced the time it took to find astronauts after landing)]]
 
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A theory interested in demonstrating the values and uncertainties inherent in decisions and the potential "optimal decision"
  
 
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A 1960's photo of computers used in Mercury orbital track at Goddard Space Flight Center (significantly reduced the time it took to find astronauts after landing)
A 1960's photo of computers used in Mercury orbital track at Goddard Space Flight Center (significantly reduced the time it took to find astronauts after landing)

A theory interested in demonstrating the values and uncertainties inherent in decisions and the potential "optimal decision"

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