The series focuses on the application of methods and ideas of logic, mathematics and statistics to the social sciences. In particular, formal treatment of social phenomena, the analysis of decision making, information theory and problems of inference are central themes of this part of the library. Besides theoretical results, empirical investigations and the testing of theoretical models of real world problems are subjects of interest. In addition to emphasizing interdisciplinary communication, the series seeks to support the rapid dissemination of recent results.
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