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If more than Analytical Modeling is Needed to Predict Real Agents' Strategic Interaction

By Rustam Tagiew

Abstract

This paper presents the research on the interdisciplinary research infrastructure for understanding human reasoning in game-theoretic terms. Strategic reasoning is considered to impact human decision making in social, economical and competitive interactions. The provided introduction explains and connects concepts from AI, game theory and psychology. First result is a concept of interdisciplinary game description language as a part of the focused interdisciplinary research infrastructure. The need of this domain-specific language is motivated and is aimed to accelerate the current developments. As second result, the paper provides a summary of ongoing research and its significance

Topics: Computer Science - Computer Science and Game Theory
Year: 2011
OAI identifier: oai:arXiv.org:1105.0558
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