Via this workshop, we are creating a forum to present new developments, exchange ideas, explore and establish new connections between different areas that have already developed techniques to model correlated information change in a multi-agent context. The types of correlated information change that we are interested in, covers a list of phenomena studied in a number of areas such as: Game Theory, Logic, Belief Revision Theory, Formal Epistemology, Social Science, Formal Learning Theory, AI (Multi-agent Systems) and the Foundations of Quantum Physics.
Topics of focus will include, but are not limited to the study of formal models for:
- Correlated belief change;
- Classical versus non-classical correlations;
- Communication and observation in social scenario's;
- Rational interaction, decision-making and planning in a multi-agent setting;
- Social-informational phenomena such as pluralistic ignorance, informational cascades, group polarization etc.
This workshop is the third event which follows after the workshop on "Social Dynamics of information Change"( http://www.illc.uva.nl/lgc/seminar/?p=2106) held in 2013, and the kick-off workshop on "Belief Dynamics in Social Context" (http://www.ninagierasimczuk.com/logicic/kickoff/) held in 2012.
Prior to this workshop, there will be a satellite event on 20 and 21 November
Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Formal Epistemology on November 20-21.