New Perspectives on Games and Interaction
New Perspectives on Games and Interaction
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9789089640574 - 2 Table of Contents - 6 Preface - 8 The Logic of Conditional Doxastic Actions - 10 Comments on 'The Logic of Conditional Doxastic Actions' - 34 Belief Revision in a Temporal Framework - 46 Yet more Modal Logic of Preference Change and Belief Revision - 82 Meaningful Talk - 106 A Study in the Pragmatic of Persuasion: a Game Theoretical Approach - 122 On Glazer and Rubenstein on Persuasion - 142 Solution Concepts and Algorithms for Infinite Multiplayer Games - 152 Games in Language - 180 'Games That Make Sense': Logic, Language and Multi-Agent Interaction - 198 Solution of Church's Problem: A Tutorial - 212 Modal Dependence Logic - 238 Declarations of Dependence - 256 Backward Induction and Common Strong Belief of Rationality - 266 Efficient Coalitions in Boolean Games - 284 Interpretation if Optimal Signals - 300 A Criterion for the Existence of Pure and Stationary Optimal Strategies in Markov Decision Processes - 314

R. van Rooij, Krzysztof Apt (eds)

New Perspectives on Games and Interaction

This volume is a collection of papers presented at the 2007 colloquium on new perspectives on games and interaction at the Royal Dutch Academy of Sciences in Amsterdam. The purpose of the colloquium was to clarify the uses of the concepts of game theory, and to identify promising new directions. This important collection testifies to the growing importance of game theory as a tool to capture the concepts of strategy, interaction, argumentation, communication, cooperation and competition. Also, it provides evidence for the richness of game theory and for its impressive and growing application.

Krzysztof Apt

Krzysztof Apt is hoogleraar Informatica aan het ILLC en onderzoeker bij het Centrrum voor Wiskunde en Informatica (CWI).