9th Conference on Logic and the
Foundations of Game and Decision Theory

Toulouse, 5-7 July 2010

General Chairs

                                                                                     Giacomo Bonanno      University of California Davis, U.S.A.
                                                                                     Andreas Herzig           University of Toulouse, France
                                                                                     Wiebe van der Hoek    University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
                                                                                     Jérôme Lang               University Paris-Dauphine and University of Toulouse, France

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Monday, July 5
8:45-9:30 Registration 
9:30-9:45 Opening
9:45-10:35 Invited talk: Michel Le Breton (University of Toulouse, France)
Stability and Fairness with a Multiple Membership
10:35-11:00 Iyad Rahwan (with F. Tohmen), 
Judgment Aggregation Over Conflicting Arguments
11:00-11:20 Cofee Break 
11:20-11:45 Franz Dietrich (with C. List)
A reason-based theory of rational choice: an overview
11:45-12:10 Burkhard Schipper
Awareness-Dependent Subjective Expected Utility
12:10-12:35 Satoru Suzuki
Prolegomena to Threshold Utility Maximiser's Preference Logic
12:35-14:00 Lunch Break 
14:00-14:25 Guillaume Aucher
Characterizing updates in Dynamic Epistemic Logic
14:25-14:50 Ben Rodenhäuser
Intentions in interaction. a Dynamic Epistemic Logic approach
14:50-15:15 Lorenz Demey
Some Remarks on the Model Theory of Epistemic Plausibility Models
15:15-15:35 Coffee Break 
Parallel sessions
Session 1
Session 2
15:35-15:55 Christian Bach (with Andrés Perea)
Agreeing to Disagree with Lexicographic Prior Beliefs
Valentin Goranko and Peter Hawke
On the Dynamics of Information and Abilities of Players in Multi-Player Games
15:55-16:15 Yong Xie and Luke Ong
A Notion of Game Composition and Incorporation
Nicolas Troquard
Playing equilibria: What's the outcome function, again?
16:15-16:35 Elliott Wagner
The Dynamics of Costly Signaling
Caitlin Phillips, Doina Precup, Prakash Panangaden and Merhnoosh Sadrzadeh
Reasoning About Factual Games Using Information Updates
16:35-17:00 Coffee Break 
17:00-17:50 Invited talk: Jean-François Bonnefon (University of Toulouse, France)
Cognitive inferences from/to preferences

Tuesday, July 6
9:30-10:20 Invited talk: Edith Elkind (Nanyang Technological University,  Singapore)
Distance-rationalizability of voting rules
10:20-10:45 Ramon Pino Perez (with F. Camacho), 
Dominance plausible rule and transitivity
10:45-11:05 Cofee break Break 
11:05-11:30 Giacomo Bonanno
A characterization of sequential equilibrium in terms of AGM belief revision
11:30-11:55 Hubie Chen
Bounded Rationality, Strategy Simplification, and Equilibrium
11:55-12:20 Michael Trost
An Epistemic Characterization of Iterated Deletion of Inferior Strategy Profiles in Preference-Based Type Spaces
12:20-14:00 Lunch Break 
14:00-14:25 Wiebe van der Hoek (with Cees Witteveen and Michael Wooldridge)
Program Equilibrium -- A Program Reasoning Approach
14:25-14:50 Emiliano Lorini
A Logical Account of Social Rationality in Strategic Games
14:50-15:15 Jonathan Zvesper (with Krzysztof Apt)
Public Announcements of Optimality and Rationality in Strategic Games
15:15-15:35 Coffee Break 
Parallel sessions
Session 1
Session 2
15:35-15:55 Pinghan Liang
Transfer of Authority within Hierarchy
Sara L. Uckelman
Deceit and Nondefeasible Knowledge: The Case of Dubitatio
15:55-16:15 Owen Rees
A Problem For Decision Theory
Dragan Doder (with Zoran Ognjanovic and Aleksandar Perovic)
A linear time logic for reasoning about political consensus
16:15-16:35 Konstantinos Georgatos
Update Using Subset Logic
Pei-yu Melody Lo
Language and Coordination Games
16:35-16:55 Erick González and Rafael A. Espin
Analysis of two fuzzy negotiation solutions from the point of view of Shapley’ Value
16:55-17:20 Coffee Break 
17:20-17:45 Kevin Zollman (with David Danks and Conor Mayo-Wilson)
Individual vs. Group Rationality in Inquiry

Wednesday, July 7
9:30-10:20 Invited talk: Philippe Mongin (HEC School of Management, Paris, France)
A tour of the theory of logical aggregation and its open problems 
10:20-10:45 Lirong Xia (with V. Conitzer and J. Lang), 
Strategic Sequential Voting in Multi-Issue Domains and Multiple-Election Paradoxes
10:45-11:05 Cofee Break 
11:05-11:30 Jan van Eijck (with Y. Wang and F. Sietsma)
Composing Models
11:30-11:55 Jonathan Zvesper (with Samson Abramsky)
From Lawvere to Brandenburger-Keisler: interactive forms of diagonalization and self-reference
11:55-12:20 Cédric Dégremont (with Lena Kurzen)
Cooperation, Stability and Efficiency in Modal Logics: Comparing Frameworks and Determining Descriptive Difficulty
12:20-14:00 Lunch Break 
14:00-14:25 Thomas Agotnes, Johan van Benthem, Hans van Ditmarsch and Stefan Minica
Question-answer games
14:25-14:50 Olivier Roy (with Eric Pacuit)
Of what one cannot speak, must one pass over in silence? Logical Perspective on universal knowledge structures. Preliminary report
14:50-15:15 Ido Ben-Zvi and Yoram Moses
On Interactive Knowledge with Bounded Communication
15:15-15:35 Coffee Break 
15:35-16:00 Daniel Eckert (with Christian Klamler)
A problem with strategy-proofness for abstract aggregation rules with metrically consistent preferences
16:00-16:25 Daniel Eckert (with Frederik Herzberg)
Impossibility results for infinite-electorate abstract aggregation rules