Progic 2017: The 8th Workshop on Combining Logic and Probability
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Call for Papers

Scholars who combine probability and logic to elaborate new solutions to problems involving severe uncertainty are invited to submit an extended abstract (~1000 words) for presentation at the workshop. Topics include but are not restricted to

  • ambiguity aversion
  • argument strength
  • belief revision
  • causal modeling
  • conditional judgments
  • conditionalization
  • decision making under severe uncertainty
  • descriptive modeling of severe uncertainty
  • desirability (sets of desirable gambles)
  • group decision making & pooling
  • independence concepts
  • elicitation and scoring
  • formal epistemology & severe uncertainty
  • lexicographic probabilities
  • probability logic
  • machine learning and severe uncertainty
  • Markov series & severe uncertainty

Easychair Submission Instructions

Please submit a short abstract (max. 100 words) and an extended abstract (max. 1000 words) through the easychair automatic submission system by 20th of December, 2016. Prepare both of your abstracts for blind review and save your extended abstract as a PDF file. Then follow the link to our easychair site. If you have never used easychair before you will need to create an account. When logged in, go to the new submission page. Include your 100 word abstract and upload the PDF file of your extended abstract.

Organisation Committee

Program Chair

PROGIC Steering Committee

Dates and Deadlines

DeadlineDate
Submission deadline 20 December 2017
Notification of acceptance 15th January, 2017
Conference 29 - 31 March 2017