Language, Games, and Evolution: Trends in Current Research on Language and Game Theory

by , ,

Write The First Customer Review

Recent years witnessed an increased interest in formal pragmatics and especially the establishment of game theory as a new research methodology for the study of language use. Game and Decision Theory (GDT) are natural candidates if we look for a theoretical foundation of linguistic pragmatics. Over the last decade, a firm research community has emerged with a strong interdisciplinary character, where economists, philosophers, and social scientists meet with linguists. Within this field of research, three major currents can ...

Language, Games, and Evolution: Trends in Current Research on Language and Game Theory 2011, Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. K, Berlin

ISBN-13: 9783642180057

Paperback

Select