publication . Article . 2008

an abstract approach to reasoning about games with mistaken and changing beliefs

Löwe, B.; Pacuit, E.;
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  • Published: 28 Nov 2008 Journal: The Australasian Journal of Logic, volume 6 (eissn: 1448-5052, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Victoria University of Wellington Library
  • Country: Netherlands
<jats:p>We do not believe that logic is the sole answer to deep and intriguing questions about human behaviour, but we think that it might be a useful tool in simulating and understanding it to a certain degree and in specifically restricted areas of application. We do not aim to resolve the question of what rational behaviour in games with mistaken and changing beliefs is. Rather, we develop a formal and abstract framework that allows us to reason about behaviour in games with mistaken and changing beliefs leaving aside normative questions concerning whether the agents are behaving “rationally”; we focus on what agents do in a game. In this paper, we are not co...
free text keywords: Semantics, Normative, Autonomous agent, Backward induction, Formal system, Mathematics, Aside, Epistemology
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