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EVOLVE 2013 — Special session on COMPUTATIONAL GAME THEORY

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    CALL FOR PAPERS EVOLVE 2013 — Leiden, The Netherlands, July 11-13 2013 http://evolve2013.liacs.nl/ A Bridge between Probability, Set Oriented Numerics,
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      CALL FOR PAPERS

      EVOLVE 2013 — Leiden, The Netherlands, July 11-13 2013
      http://evolve2013.liacs.nl/
      A Bridge between Probability, Set Oriented Numerics, and Evolutionary Computing

      Special session on COMPUTATIONAL GAME THEORY

      http://evolve2013.liacs.nl/TRACKS/indexTRACKS.html
      www.econ.ubbcluj.ro/~rodica.lung/cgt2013


      Standard Game theory offers mathematical tools for modeling strategic/conflicting agent interactions and proposes characterizations of equilibria (solution concepts) for such situations with multiple applications in economics, computer science, biology, engineering, etc.
      Computational Game Theory enhances these concepts by offering practical tools for equilibria detection and simulations by providing decision makers with functional solutions for these situations. Due to their specific flexibility, adaptability and scalability, artificial intelligence tools have the potential to deal with the complex issues arising in this field.
      The aim of the special session in CGT is to bring together researchers working in this field in order to exchange ideas and to promote deeper investigations on game theory approaches by computational intelligence methods.

      TOPICS OF INTEREST

       Equilibrium Concepts and Detection;
       Evolutionary Game Theory;
       Iterated/repeated Games;
       Dynamic Games;
       Evolutionary algorithms for Game Equilibrium Detection;
       Behavioral Game Theory;
       Algorithmic Game Theory;
       Applications of Game Theory;
       Cooperative Games;
       Network Games and Graph-Theoretic Aspects of Social Networks;
       Solving Complex problems by using Game Theory;
       Decentralized equilibrium detection;
       Equilibrium emergence in multi agent systems;
       Multi-criteria games.

      SUBMISSION

      Papers for this special session can be submitted either as full-length conference papers (max. 15 pages) or as extended abstracts (max. 6 pages). Authors of extended abstracts will be invited to submitt a full version of their paper to be published in the EVOLVE postproceedings volume (Springer Series in Computational Intelligence). More information and instruction can be found on the EVOLVE 2013 Submission website: http://evolve2013.liacs.nl/.

      IMPORTANT DATES

      Full papers:
      April 2, 2013 EXTENDED Submission Deadline
      April 15, 2013 Acceptance Notification full paper
      May 3, 2013 Camera Ready full paper submission
      May 13, 2013 Submission of full papers to Springer Verlag

      EXTENDED ABSTRACTS:
      ** MAY 2, 2013 EXTENDED Deadline for submission
      May 15, 2013 Acceptance Notification abstract
      May 20, 2013 Camera ready submission



      SESSION CHAIRS

      Rodica Ioana LUNG
      Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj Napoca, Romania
      Faculty of Economics and Business Administration
      www.econ.ubbcluj.ro/~rodica.lung
      www.econ.ubbcluj.ro/~rodica.lung/cgt2013
      e-mail: rodica.lung at econ.ubbcluj.ro

      D. DUMITRESCU
      Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj Napoca, Romania
      Center for the Study of Complexity
      http://centre.ubbcluj.ro/csc/
      e-mail: ddumitr at cs.ubbcluj.ro
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