CfP special issue of Games on "Logic & Game Theory"
"Games" journal is an open access journal devoted to game theory. Logicians and game theorists have long found that ideas from each other's fields can usefully inform their own. While the majority of work at the intersection of logic and games has arguably focused on zero-sum/win-lose games, there has recently been much interest in the logical foundations of general sum games, and solution concepts, such as Nash equilibrium. The aim of this Special Issue is to profile the state-of-the-art in logic and game theory, and showcase the key problems and directions that are driving research in the area.
Submissions are invited from those working in logic and game theory, as well as cognate disciplines such as computer science, artificial intelligence, and philosophy. Research articles, review articles as well as short communications are invited. Submitted manuscripts should not have been published previously, nor be under consideration for publication elsewhere (except conference proceedings papers). We intend the scope of the Special Issue to be broad, but all published articles must clearly have both a logic and game theoretic component. Preference will be given to articles that appeal to a broader audience; all articles should take into account the readership of the journal.