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23-24 April 2009, Symposium on Games, Argumentation and Logic Programming, Luxembourg

Date: 23-24 April 2009
Location: Luxembourg
Costs: Free

The symposium brings together leading researchers working at the interface of the three disciplines: game theory, logic programming, and argumentation theory. Inspired by Dung's seminal work "On the Acceptability of Arguments and its Fundamental Role in Non-monotonic Reasoning, Logic Programming and N-persons games" (Artificial Intelligence, 1995), it aims at fostering the interaction between these active but historically autonomous subareas of nonmonotonic and practical reasoning.

The symposium is organized by the Individual and Collective Reasoning Group of the University of Luxembourg. Registration is free but required. More info: http://eqas.gforge.uni.lu/Galp/galp.html

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