Special issue on “Imprecise Probabilities, logic and Rationality”

I am co-editing a Special Issue on “Imprecise Probabilities, logic and Rationality” in the International Journal of Approximate Reasoning (IJAR-elsevier). This SI intends to contribute to the state-of-the-art of the interactions and connections between imprecise probabilities and logic, and more generally with formal theories of rationality, the hope being that this cross-disciplinary view will lead to new exciting perspectives for both communities and related areas.

Topics of interests include but are not limited to the following:

IP and (modal/epistemic/dependence/probabilistic/possibilistic…) logic
IP and game/decision theory
IP and formal epistemology/deductive sciences
IP and StarAI
IP and coalgebra
applications of logic and formal languages to IP
applications of IP to logic
Logical, algebraic, categorical foundations of IP

Submission Guideline

Submission Period: Mar 1st, 2019 – Jun 1st, 2019

All submitted papers under this call will undergo the standard review process of the journal.

All papers should be submitted to IJAR website http://www.evise.com/evise/jrnl/IJA

by choosing the Special Issue “VSI:Imprecise probabilities, logic and rationality”.

All online submissions should follow the “Guide for Authors” of the journal.

Guest Editors:

Prof. Dr. Alessio Benavoli

Dr. Alessandro Facchini

Dr. Fabio Zanasi

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