Games, logic, and constructive sets

G. Mints (Editor), R.A. Muskens (Editor)

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    Abstract

    Mathematical game theory has been embraced by a variety of scholars: social scientists, biologists, linguists, and now, increasingly, logicians. This volume illustrates the recent advances of game theory in the field. Logicians benefit from things like game theory's ability to explain informational independence between connectives; meanwhile, game theorists have even begun to benefit from logical epistemic analyses of game states. In concert with such pioneering work, this volume also present surprising developments in classical fields, including first-order logic and set theory
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationStanford, CA
    PublisherCSLI Publications
    ISBN (Print)1575864495
    Publication statusPublished - 2003

    Publication series

    NameCLSI Lecture Notes
    No.161

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    Game Theory
    Logic
    Logicians
    Theorists
    Connectives
    Set Theory
    First-order Logic

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    Mints, G., & Muskens, R. A. (Eds.) (2003). Games, logic, and constructive sets. (CLSI Lecture Notes; No. 161). Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications.
    Mints, G. (Editor) ; Muskens, R.A. (Editor). / Games, logic, and constructive sets. Stanford, CA : CSLI Publications, 2003. (CLSI Lecture Notes; 161).
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