TARK 2015

Fifteenth conference on
Theoretical Aspects of Rationality and Knowledge

Accepted for contributed talks

  • Krzysztof Apt, Davide Grossi and Wiebe van der Hoek. Epistemic Protocols for Distributed Gossiping
  • Krzysztof Apt, Sunil Simon and Dominik Wojtczak. Coordination Games on Directed Graphs
  • Alexandru Baltag, Nina Gierasimczuk and Sonja Smets. On the Solvability of Inductive Problems: a study in epistemic topology
  • Adam Brandenburger, Alex Danieli and Amanda Friedenberg. How Many Levels Do Players Reason? Observational Challenges and a Solution
  • Valerio Capraro and Joseph Y. Halpern. Translucent Players: Explaining Cooperative Behavior in Social Dilemmas
  • Hans van Ditmarsch, Sophia Knight and Aybüke Ozgün. Announcement as effort on topological spaces
  • Sujata Ghosh, Aviad Heifetz and Rineke Verbrugge. Do players reason by forward induction in dynamic perfect information games ?
  • Patrick Girard and Marcus Triplett. Ceteris paribus logic in counterfactual reasoning
  • Russell Golman and George Loewenstein. An Information-Gap Framework for Capturing Preferences About Uncertainty
  • Aleks Knoks and Eric Pacuit. Deliberating between Backward and Forward Induction Reasoning: First Steps
  • Harvey Lederman and Peter Fritz. Standard State Space Models of Unawareness
  • Omer Lev, Moshe Tennenholtz and Aviv Zohar. An Axiomatic Approach to Routing
  • Michael Mandler. The optimality of coarse categories in decision-making and information storage
  • Ron Van Der Meyden and Manas Patra. Undecidable Cases of Model Checking Probabilistic Temporal-Epistemic Logic
  • Kathleen Ngangoue and Georg Weizsaecker. Learning from unrealized versus realized prices
  • Patrick Ocallaghan. Continuous context dependence
  • Quan Yu, Yanjun Li and Yanjing Wang. A Dynamic Epistemic Framework for Conformant Planning
  • Kun Zhang, Jiji Zhang and Bernhard Schölkopf. Distinguishing Cause from Effect Based on Exogeneity

Accepted for poster presentation

  • Thomas Agotnes and Yì N. Wáng. Resolving Distributed Knowledge
  • Adam Bjorndahl, Joseph Halpern and Rafael Pass. Bayesian games with intentions
  • Zack Fitzsimmons. Single-Peaked Consistency for Weak Orders Is Easy
  • Konstantin Genin. Theory Choice, Theory Change, and Inductive Truth-Conduciveness
  • Chanjuan Liu. Preference at First Sight
  • Yoram Moses. Relating Knowledge and Coordinated Action: The Knowledge of Preconditions Principle
  • Andres Perea. When do types induce the same belief hierarchy
  • Evan Piermont and Peio Zuazo-Garin. Rationalization and Robustness in Dynamic Games with Incomplete Information
  • Iris van de Pol, Jakub Szymanik and Iris van Rooij. Parameterized Complexity Results for a Model of Theory of Mind based on Dynamic Epistemic Logic