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Games, Actions and Social Software
September 27, 2009 9:51 AM   Subscribe

Games, Actions and Social Software. As seen through the lens of mathematics and logic. Presented as a discussion between characters.

It's the result of the collaboration of a group of creative researchers from philosophy, logic, computer science, cognitive science and economics, to investigate the logical, computational and strategic aspects of social mechanisms.

The literary form is inspired by Galileo Galileis 1632 Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems, Raymond Smullyans Is God a Taoist? and the dialogues in Hofstadter's Gödel, Escher, Bach.

"More specic issues mentioned in the project description, such as the development and renement of general theories of intelligent interaction, or the analysis of specic social mechanisms for voting, decision making, exchange of goods and services, auctioning, and so on, will be dealt with in the other project book."
posted by jouke (3 comments total) 9 users marked this as a favorite

 
Introductory Conversation - Krister Segerberg
Replies to Angry, Prag and Star - Rohit Parikh
What is Social Software? - Jan van Eijck, Rohit Parikh
A Guest Lecture on Social Software - Jan van Eijck
Social Software and the Social Sciences - Keith Dowding, Rineke Verbrugge
On Social Choice Theory - Jan van Eijck
Ends and Means, Values and Virtues - Jan van Eijck, Martin van Hees
Common Knowledge and Common Belief - Hans van Ditmarsch, Jan van Eijck, Rineke Verbrugge
Game Theory, Logic, and Rational Choice - Johan van Benthem, Jan van Eijck
What is Protocol Analysis? - Francien Dechesne, Jan van Eijck, Wouter Teepe, Yanjing Wang
Protocol Analysis and Dynamic Epistemic Logic - Francien Dechesne, Jan van Eijck, Wouter Teepe, Yanjing Wang
Battle of the Logics - Barteld Kooi, Rineke Verbrugge
Eating from the Tree of Ignorance - Jan van Eijck, Rineke Verbrugge
On Collective Rational Action - Jan van Eijck
Social Software and the Ills of Society - Jan van Eijck, Rohit Parikh, Marc Pauly, Rineke Verbrugge

posted by jouke at 9:58 AM on September 27, 2009


i know this is annoying, but can you put a pdf warning when you post pdfs?

Not that I have anything against PDFs, but it's nice to know when i'm going to click on one, because it tends to hang my browser while it's loading.
posted by empath at 10:21 AM on September 27, 2009 [2 favorites]


Here's an browser view of that PDF.
posted by foggy out there now at 10:35 AM on September 27, 2009


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