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Admissibility in Games with Imperfect Information (Invited Talk)

Romain Brenguier, Arno Pauly, Jean-François Raskin, Ocan Sankur, Marc Herbstritt
2017 International Conference on Concurrency Theory  
In concurrent games, in contrast with general games with imperfect information studied here, admissible strategies are guaranteed to exist.  ...  Similarly to games with imperfect information, in the quantitative case, admissible strategies may not exist.  ...  Player 2 perfectly informed As we mentioned following Theorem 20, in regular games the validity of the condition in the theorem depends only on the set of last vertices in the histories forming a monochromatic  ... 
doi:10.4230/lipics.concur.2017.2 dblp:conf/concur/BrenguierPRS17 fatcat:7hjalaiyxjc6fgtyozmbj2iidu

Atletické soutěžení jako sokratovská filosofie Athletic competition as Socratic philosophy

Heather L. Reid
2006 Acta Universitatis Palackianae Olomucensis. Gymnica  
In this paper I argue that athletic competition and Socratic philosophy, as demonstrated in Plato's early dialogues, are ideally akin. To support this thesis, I offer five points of comparison.  ...  Third, both activities require an admission of fallibility and risk of failure, which motivates the desire to learn, train, and succeed. Fourth, both require the active testing of oneself.  ...  Both agōn and philosophy are driven by the admission of imperfection. TESTING OF ONESELF In time the athlete and the philosopher become accustomed to confrontation with their own imperfection.  ... 
doaj:616c693b0bc54dd9be9f27b289503015 fatcat:hemydbvxwfclzanem2pduq55vy

Connecting Sequent Calculi with Lorenzen-Style Dialogue Games [chapter]

Christian G. Fermüller
2021 Pluralism in Mathematics: A New Position in Philosophy of Mathematics  
In particular, the close connection between (single-sided) sequent calculi and dialogue games is an invitation to look at substructural logics from a dialogical point of view.  ...  Lorenzen has introduced his dialogical approach to the foundations of logic in the late 1950s to justify intuitionistic logic with respect to first principles about constructive reasoning.  ...  It would be interesting to see whether information extraction games with imperfect information can be treated analogously. • Fermüller and Metcalfe (2009) This may lead to alternative interpretations  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-65824-3_8 fatcat:elk2vhxdgjctxmkxkithswjtpu

Action and Procedure in Reasoning [chapter]

Johan van Benthem
2002 Studies in Fuzziness and Soft Computing  
Games with imperfect information The dynamics of playing games is rooted in what may be called 'future ignorance'.  ...  In such games of imperfect information, the notion of a strategy (suitably adapted to cope with my current uncertainties) still makes sense -but the situation does get more complicated.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-7908-1792-8_12 fatcat:rrfuqz4cm5a5fe6gq3fxwl43aq

Connecting Logics of Choice and Change [chapter]

Johan van Benthem, Eric Pacuit
2014 Outstanding Contributions to Logic  
Our aim in this paper is to continue in the latter vein, and connect STIT models further with  ...  to logics for strategic and extensive games -a line that we will continue in this paper (cf. also Herzig and Lorini, 2010).  ...  It is is often encoded in epistemic uncertainty relations between moments of time that are used to model information-driven processes, such as games with imperfect information (cf.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-01754-9_14 fatcat:phgamaw3crcknblyqlgmpcuhge

Dispute Resolution Institutions and Strategic Militarization

Adam Meirowitz, Massimo Morelli, Kristopher W. Ramsay, Francesco Squintani
2013 Social Science Research Network  
In our model informative communication with un-mediated peace talks reduces the uncertainty and decreases the chance that the dispute evolves into open warfare. 4 Now take a step back and consider the  ...  Among some famous episodes of manipulations, Soviets ‡ew jets with fake missiles in parades, and Serbians put cardboard tanks in their towns during NATO-led air strikes.  ...  1, in appendix. in the militarization and negotiation game with un-mediated peace talks, than in the game without peace talks.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2387871 fatcat:4bxb2lxdzfcrhgxhwuu7phk3aq

'The End of the Beginning' of Eastern Enlargement - Luxembourg Summit and Agenda-setting

Lykke Friis
2002 Social Science Research Network  
Furthermore, the article argues that pre-negotiation carves out a role for agenda-setting, seeing that governments often enter this phase with un-fixed preferences.  ...  by setting the agenda in a specific way.  ...  Over time, all applicants invited into the negotiation room have joined the EU-club in the end. Their final admission has also required the EU to embark on institutional and policy reform.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.302727 fatcat:dfr7ygzcorbhtdmbpwwfptrzsq

On the State of the Art in Game Theory: An Interview with Robert Aumann

Eric van Damme
1998 Games and Economic Behavior  
Who talks first, who talks second? It matters enormously in noncooperative game theory.  ...  In his invited talk at this conference, 31 Mike Maschler discussed over 30 significant contributions to the cooperative theory that have been produced over the last few years.  ... 
doi:10.1006/game.1997.0612 fatcat:xnhw32emm5fptjl3lezsxdiuxy

On the State of the Art in Game Theory: An Interview with Robert Aumann [chapter]

Wulf Albers, Werner Güth, Peter Hammerstein, Benny Moldovanu, Eric van Damme
1997 Understanding Strategic Interaction  
Who talks first, who talks second? It matters enormously in noncooperative game theory.  ...  In his invited talk at this conference, 31 Mike Maschler discussed over 30 significant contributions to the cooperative theory that have been produced over the last few years.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-60495-9_2 fatcat:qfyhf34xqfboxbg2g4j5vj3224

Computation as Conversation [chapter]

Johan van Benthem
2008 New Computational Paradigms  
Against the backdrop of current research into 'logical dynamics' of information, we discuss twoway connections between conversation and computation, leading to a broader perspective on both.  ...  But non-determinacy reigns in simple finite games with imperfect information, suggesting epistemic versions of linear game semantics.  ...  Imperfect information games also invite explicit events of observation and communication (Osborne & Rubinstein 1994 , van Benthem 1999 I Toward a general theory: transformations and merges Our discussion  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-68546-5_3 fatcat:txxxurbl7baf7dlywdplm3o5lu

Page 183 of The Cincinnati Mirror and Western Gazette of Literature, Science and the Arts Vol. 3, Issue 23 [page]

1834 The Cincinnati Mirror and Western Gazette of Literature, Science and the Arts  
On the part of Bullitt, too, the admission of no compensation to the Delawares and Shawnees, appears to be irreconcilea- ble with the treaty at fort Stanwix with the master tribes of the confederacy, the  ...  Thus in the mind, it is equally necessary to apply the power of mental industry, otherwise emall and imperfect results must be expected.  ... 

Inviting and initiating youth into a life of discipleship

Malan Nel
2009 Verbum et Ecclesia  
In youth ministry children and adolescents are often invited to make a decision for Christ as if such a decision comprises the totality of being a Christian.  ...  This article argues that we are the invitation and recommends how to frame the invitation.�  ...  The invitation has to come from those who walk the talk and talk the walk.  ... 
doi:10.4102/ve.v30i2.344 fatcat:xb5vdfnvlzgoll4ibggwiuiihq

Report of Meeting Researches in Didactics of Mathematics and Computer Sciences : January 22-24, 2016 Bratislava, Slovakia

E. Herendiné-Kónya, L. Korenová, E. Partová
2016 Teaching Mathematics and Computer Science  
He welcomed the participants and emphasized the importance of the fact that the conference was held this year at a new location, in Bratislava, in Slovakia.  ...  Beyond the researches on the didactics of mathematics, the use of alternative methods in teaching mathematics, history of mathematics there were several lectures on different subjects in computer sciences  ...  to the works of the invited lecturers and PhD students.  ... 
doi:10.5485/tmcs.2016.r025 fatcat:sfohkngqkrez5hvnohckbwwyoi

Notes from the chair

Liza Potts
2013 Communication Design Quarterly Review  
That's what we're talking about with our content and our messages-not causing people frustration or confusion by having contradictory information.  ...  We're talking now in the early 1980s.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2524248.2524250 fatcat:ikxcgpwth5bh5nxtcazoqx2ldi

Dialogic civility as pragmatic ethical praxis: an interpersonal metaphor for the public domain

Ronald C. Arnett
2001 Communication Theory  
games.  ...  Civil space holds people together, offering a place for conversation that permits talking, requires listening, and invites reciprocal learning.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1468-2885.2001.tb00245.x fatcat:ncwchzn67fdctnapszdyg3uynu
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