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Dynamic Epistemic Logic (Synthese Library)

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Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Computer Science,
  • Epistemology,
  • Logic,
  • Computers : Computer Science,
  • Epistemics,
  • Philosophy / Logic,
  • Philosophy : Epistemology,
  • belief revision,
  • common knowledge,
  • dynamic epistemic logic,
  • epistemic actions,
  • multi-agent systems,
  • Philosophy

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages296
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11634262M
    ISBN 101402058381
    ISBN 109781402058387


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Dynamic Epistemic Logic (Synthese Library) by Hans van Ditmarsch Download PDF EPUB FB2

Dynamic Epistemic Logic is the logic of knowledge change. This is not about one logical system, but about a whole family of logics that allows us to specify static and dynamic aspects Dynamic Epistemic Logic book multi-agent systems.

This book provides various logics to support such Cited by: Dynamic Epistemic Logic is the logic of knowledge change. This is not about one logical system, but about a whole family of logics that allows us to specify static and dynamic aspects of multi-agent systems.

This book provides various logics to support such. Dynamic Epistemic Logic is the logic of knowledge change. This book provides various logics to support such formal specifications, including proof systems.

Concrete examples and epistemic puzzles enliven the exposition. The book also offers exercises with answers. It is suitable for graduate courses in : Hans Van Ditmarsch. Dynamic Epistemic Logic is the logic of knowledge change.

This is not about one logical system, but about a whole family of logics that allows us to specify static and dynamic. Dynamic Epistemic Logic is the logic of knowledge change. This is not about one logical system, but about a whole family of logics that allows us to specify static and dynamic aspects of.

Epistemic logic, as it is conceived today, is very much influenced by the development of modal logic, and, in particular, by its Kripke semantics. We will emphasise the intuitive appeal of this semantics in this chapter and, indeed, throughout the book, since also the dynamics of epistemics.

2 Dynamic epistemic logic with questions In this section, we will provide a brief overview of the dynamic epistemic logic with questions, delq, developed byVan Benthem and Minic a(). For more background on dynamic epistemic logic in general we refer tovan Ditmarsch et al.

We will follow van Benthem and Minic a here in presenting delq. Dynamic Epistemic Logic is the logic of knowledge change. This book provides various logics to support such formal specifications, including proof systems.

It is suitable for graduate courses in logic. Dynamic Epistemic Logic is the logic of knowledge change. This is not about one logical system, but about a whole family of logics that allows us to specify static and dynamic aspects of multi-agent systems. This book provides various logics /5(5).

In this paper, I present a dynamic logic of knowledge that models an agent’s epistemic state as it evolves over the course of reasoning. I show that the logic does not sacrifice logical competence on the altar of logical non- by: 6.

This is both a textbook and a monograph on dynamic epistemic logic. Dynamic epistemic logic is the logic of knowledge and change. Dynamic Epistemic Logic is the logic of knowledge change. This is not about one logical system, but about a whole family of logics that allows us to specify static and dynamic aspects of multi-agent systems.

This book provides various logics to support Author: Hans van Ditmarsch. This chapter presents an overview of dynamic epistemic logic (DEL). Groeneveld characterizes DEL as being dynamic, multiagent, and higher order.

It is dynamic since its focus is on information change. It is multiagent because the phenomena studied in DEL, such as. The Dynamic Epistemic Logic book \Dynamic Epistemic Logic" by van Ditmarsch, van der Hoek and Kooi is written from the perspective of dynamic epistemic logics, and situ-ates it w.r.t.

the other ‘dynamiflcations’ of epistemic logic that I have mentioned. In the sequel I will brie°y summarize the chapters of the by: 1. Dynamic Epistemic Logic I: Modeling Knowledge and Belief Eric Pacuit* University of Maryland, College Park seminal book Knowledge and Belief: An Introduction to the Logic of the Two Notions, published in However, the general study of formal semantics for knowledge and.

The original publication: Plaza The first dynamic epistemic logic, called public announcement logic (PAL), was developed by Plaza in [61].

This was published in This was published in The example where Ann says to Bob that she has a red card is an example of a public announcement. Dynamic logic is the logic of changing knowledge. The starting point of dynamic epistemic logic (DEL) is therefore the logic of knowledge. A founding publication is [42] — we refer to [41] for an overview of epistemic logic and references.

A key feature of epistemic logic is. "Dynamic Epistemic Logic is the logic of knowledge change. This is not about one logical system, but about a whole family of logics that allows us to specify static and dynamic aspects of multi-agent systems.

This book provides various logics to support such. This video was made taking as a basis the work of Hans van Ditmarsch, Wiebe van der Hoek and Barteld Kooi, in their book Dynamic Epistemic Logic. As a combination of dynamic logic and epistemic logic, dynamic epistemic logic is a young field of research.

It really started in with Plaza’s logic of public announcement. Independently, Gerbrandy and Groeneveld proposed a system dealing moreover with private announcement and that was inspired by the work of Veltman.D: K, ϕ, →, ⟨, K, ⟩, ϕ, {\displaystyle K\phi \rightarrow \langle K\rangle \phi }.

Dynamic Epistemic Logic is the logic of knowledge change. This is not about one logical system, but about a whole family of logics that allows us to specify static and dynamic aspects of multi-agent systems.

This book provides various logics to support such Author: Hans van Ditmarsch, Wiebe van der Hoek, Barteld Kooi. Dynamic Epistemic Logic. Additionally, some material may be taken from the following two books: Hans van Ditmarsch, Joseph Halpern, Wiebe van der Hoek, and Barteld Kooi (eds).

Handbook of Epistemic Logic., and Patrick Blackburn, Maarten de Rijke, and Yde Venema. Modal Logic. The lecture will not be recorded.

Dynamic Epistemic Logic Jelle Gerbrandy ILLC/Department of Philosophy Nieuwe Doelenstraat 15 CP, Amsterdam tel.: + e-mail: [email protected] 1 Introduction This paper is the result of combining two traditions in formal logic: epistemic logic and dynamic semantics.

Dynamic semantics is a branch of formal semantics that is. Wáng Y and Ågotnes T () Relativized common knowledge for dynamic epistemic logic, Journal of Applied Logic,(), Online publication date: 1-Sep Belardinelli F and Van Der Hoek W Epistemic quantified Boolean logic Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence, ().

Dynamic Epistemic Logic is the logic of change of knowledge. It allows us to specify both static and dynamic aspects of abstract multi-agent system architectures. Various logical tools are provided to support such formalizations, such as proof systems for the logics. A sweeping chapter-wise outline of the content of this book is the following.

Dynamic logic, like pure epistemic logic, are specialized modal logics with some interesting semantic interpretations (possible world semantics and Kripke structures). You might also be interested in non-monotonic reasoning and the attempts to formalize what amounts to very common 'revision' patterns in human communication and cognition.

In book: Dynamic Logic. New Trends and Applications (pp) These actions are repr esented in a dynamic epistemic logic (DEL; This section recalls not only the basic definitions of.

Key words: Dynamic logic, epistemic logic, higher order information, probability, updates 1. Introduction Epistemic logic is a modal logic used to reason about information, including higher order information.

Dynamic epistemic logics are extensions of epistemic logic which can be used to reason about information and information change. In prob. 1 Introduction. We bring together two strains in the area of epistemic model checking.

On one side, there are many frameworks for symbolic model checking on interpreted systems using temporal logics [31, 38].On the other hand, there are explicit model checkers for variants of Dynamic Epistemic Logic (DEL) like DEMO [] and the optimized successor DEMO-S5 [].Cited by: 4.

Dynamic Epistemic Logic is the study of modal logics of model change by epistemic and doxastic consequences of actions such as public announcements and epistemic actions [2]. For example, epistemic logic has been combined recently with some ideas from dynamic logic to create dynamic epistemic logic, which can be used to specify and reason about information change and exchange of information in multi-agent systems.

The seminal works in this field are by Plaza, Van Benthem, and Baltag, Moss, and Solecki. Dynamic Epistemic Logic () by H van Ditmarsch, W van der Hoek, B Kooi Add To MetaCart. Tools. Sorted by: Results 1 - 10 of Next 10 → private communication by Shen Liu, Chaoqun Huang.

DEL is a dynamic version of epistemic logic, where actions and their effects can directly be described in the logic. The seminal treatise on (non-dynamic) epistemic logic is the book ‘Knowledge and Belief’ by Hintikka ().

Hintikka carefully in-troduces and discusses the required semantic properties of the knowledge and belief modalities. combined epistemic-doxastic logic, and a glimpse of dynamic epistemic logic. Epistemological topics discussed include Moore-paradoxical phe-nomena, the surprise exam paradox, logical omniscience and epistemic clo-sure, formalized theories of knowledge, debates about higher-order knowl-File Size: KB.

Dynamic Epistemic Logic Part I: Modeling Knowledge and Belief Eric Pacuit April 3, 1 Introduction The rst to propose a (modal) logic of knowledge and belief was Jaako Hintikka in his seminal book Knowledge and Belief: An Introduction to the Logic of the Two Notions, published in However, the general study of formal semantics.

The term dynamic epistemic logics (DEL) was coined to designate the family of such logics having event models.3 The book "Dynamic Epistemic Logic" by van Ditmarsch, van der Hoek and Kooi is written from the perspective of dynamic epistemic logics, and situates it w.r.t.

the other 'dynamifications' of epistemic logic that I have mentioned. Dynamic epistemic logic (DEL) adds a PDL-style dynamic operator to the basic epistemic language. Event models describe abstract epistemic events (eg., public or private announcements, misperceptions, etc.) and the product update rule describes how these events change an initial epistemic model.

The essay approaches knowledge from the perspective of the “basic human epistemic situation”–the situation of limited yet resourceful beings, living in a complex world and aspiring to know it in its full complexity.

Viewed from this perspective, two fundamental principles of all knowledge are “epistemic friction” and “epistemic freedom”: knowledge must be substantially. presents a framework called Dynamic Epistemic Temporal Logic that allows us to reason about epistemic agents’ changing beliefs about time, from one point in time to the next.

We will develop this framework by combining techniques from the traditions of Epistemic Temporal Logic (ETL) [10] and Dynamic Epistemic Logic (DEL) [3, 4, 5, 16, 17]. In this article, we present a new logical framework to think about surprise. This research does not just aim to better understand, model and predict human behaviour, but also attempts to.

Baltag, Moss, and Solecki proposed an expansion of classical modal logic, called logic of epistemic actions and knowledge (EAK), in which one can reas Cited by: 1.