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For mal\n approaches to rational individual and interactive decision making is a dynamic\n and interdisciplinary field of research. The work shop series in Decisions,\n Games & Log ic (DGL) started in 2007 and aims at fostering int eractions\n between graduate students, post -docs and senior researchers\n from economi cs, logic and philosophy.\n

\n < p>\n Each DGL features three tutorials, one on decision theory, one\n on game theory a nd one on logic, given by leading\n researc hers. For DGL 2012, these will be: Richard Pettigr ew\n (Decision Theory), Amanda Friedenberg (Game Theory), and Sonja\n Smets (Logic). A t DGL 2012, we will also have a round table on\n "Qualitative vs. Quantitative Represent ations of\n Beliefs."\n \n \nFor more information, see the confer ence website at\n http://ww w.meansandends.com/workshop12/, or\n co ntact: Thomas.Meier at lrz.uni-muenchen.de

\n Each DGL features present ations by researchers. We invite\n submissi ons in the fields of decision theory, game theory, \n logic and formal philosophy. Preference will be given to\n conceptual work in these fields and work that combines\n interdisci plinary research in these fields. We invite\n submissions for both full presentations and pos ter sessions.\n Submission deadline: Februa ry 1st, 2012.

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