Dordrecht: Springer (1997)

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Philippe Mongin
Last affiliation: Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
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This collection of papers in epistemic logic is oriented towards applications to game theory and individual decision theory. Most of these papers were presented at the inaugural conference of the LOFT (Logic for the Theory and Games and Decisions) conference series, which took place in 1994 in Marseille. Among the notions dealt with are those of common knowledge and common belief, infinite hierarchies of beliefs and belief spaces, logical omniscience, positive and negative introspection, backward induction and rationalizable equilibria in game theory.
Keywords Epistemic Logic   Game theory   Decision making  Common knowledge and common belief  Infinite hierarchies of beliefs  Logical omniscience  Positive and negative introspection  Backward induction
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