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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

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\n Each DGL features p resentations by researchers. We invite\n su bmissions in the fields of decision theory, game t heory,\n logic and formal philosophy. Prefe rence will be given to\n conceptual work in these fields and work that combines\n inte rdisciplinary research in these fields. We invite\ n submissions for both full presentations a nd poster sessions.\n Submission deadline: February 1st, 2012.

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