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9-November-2004-Foundations-of-the-Formal-Sciences
-V-Infinite-Games-Mathematisches-Institut-RhFWU-Bo
nn
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SUMMARY:Foundations of the Formal Sciences V: Infi
nite Games, Mathematisches Institut, RhFWU Bonn
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20041126
DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20041129
LOCATION:Mathematisches Institut, RhFWU Bonn
DESCRIPTION:Infinite Games have been investigated
by mathematicians since the beginning of the twent
ieth century and have played a central role in mat
hematical logic. However, their applications go fa
r beyond mathematics: they feature prominently in
theoretical computer science, philosophical Gedank
enexperiments, as limit cases in economical applic
ations, and in many other applications. The confer
ence FotFS V wants to bring together researchers f
rom the various areas that employ infinitary game
techniques to talk about similarities and dissimil
arities of the different approaches and develop cr
oss-cultural bridges. We invite all researchers
from areas applying infinitary game-theoretic meth
ods (economists, mathematicians, logicians, philos
ophers, computer scientists, sociologists) to subm
it their papers before September 15th, 2004. Topic
s will include Games in Algebra and Logic, Games i
n Higher Set Theory, Games in Set-Theoretic Topolo
gy, Infinite Games & Computer Science, Infinite Ga
mes in Philosophy, Infinite Evolutionary Games, Ma
chine Games, Game Logics, Infinite Games in the So
cial Sciences. For more information, see http:/
/www.math.uni-bonn.de/people/fotfs/V/
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Infinite Games have been investigated by mathemati
cians since the beginning of the twentieth century
and have played a central role in mathematical lo
gic. However, their applications go far beyond mat
hematics: they feature prominently in theoretical
computer science, philosophical Gedankenexperiment
s, as limit cases in economical applications, and
in many other applications. The conference FotFS V
wants to bring together researchers from the vari
ous areas that employ infinitary game techniques t
o talk about similarities and dissimilarities of t
he different approaches and develop cross-cultural
bridges.\n

\n We invite all rese
archers from areas applying infinitary game-theore
tic methods (economists, mathematicians, logicians
, philosophers, computer scientists, sociologists)
to submit their papers before September 15th, 200
4. Topics will include Games in Algebra and Logic,
Games in Higher Set Theory, Games in Set-Theoreti
c Topology, Infinite Games & Computer Science,
Infinite Games in Philosophy, Infinite Evolutiona
ry Games, Machine Games, Game Logics, Infinite Gam
es in the Social Sciences.\n

\n \n
\n For more information, see\n
http://www.math.uni-bonn.de/pe
ople/fotfs/V/\n

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