Models of Bounded Reasoning in Individuals and Groups

2 - 6 July 2018

Venue: Lorentz Center@Oort

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Formal models of individual and group reasoning have been developed within, and across, a number of mathematically grounded disciplines, including logic, probability theory, computer science and AI, economics, cognitive sciences. The overarching aim of the workshop is to facilitate cross-fertilisation across these disciplines, and establish a conceptual and technical common ground for the modelling and analysis of bounded rationality in individuals and groups.

The workshop will be divided into two halves. In the first half, tutorial sessions from researchers working on models of bounded reasoning in different disciplines, will disseminate the key contributions to, and challenges for, the modelling and analysis of bounded rationality within those disciplines. The second half of the workshop will consist of more specialist invited talks, and several participants-led discussion groups which will focus on establishing novel research directions, concrete research plans and scientific collaborations.


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