Computational Logic in Multi-Agent Systems: 5th by Bożena Woźna, Alessio Lomuscio (auth.), João Leite, Paolo

By Bożena Woźna, Alessio Lomuscio (auth.), João Leite, Paolo Torroni (eds.)

The inspiration of service provider has lately elevated its in?uence within the study and - velopment of computational good judgment established structures, whereas even as signal- cantly gaining from many years of analysis in computational common sense. Computational common sense offers a well-de?ned, normal, and rigorous framework for learning s- tax, semantics and strategies, for implementations, environments, instruments, and criteria, facilitating the ever very important hyperlink among speci?cation and ver- cation of computational structures. the aim of the Computational good judgment in Multi-agent structures (CLIMA) foreign workshop sequence is to debate concepts, in response to computational good judgment, for representing, programming, and reasoning approximately multi-agent platforms in a proper manner. Former CLIMA versions have been performed along with different significant computational common sense and AI occasions reminiscent of CL in July 2000, ICLP in December 2001, FLoC in August 2002, and LPNMR and AI-Math in January 2004. The ?fth variation of CLIMA was once held Lisbon, Portugal, in September 29–30, 2004.We,asorganizers,andinagreementwiththeCLIMASteeringCommittee, opted for co-location with the ninth ecu convention on Logics in Arti?cial Intelligence (JELIA 2004), wishing to advertise the CLIMA learn subject matters within the broader neighborhood of logics in AI, a group whose turning out to be curiosity in multi-agent matters has been established by way of the big variety of agent-related papers submitted to contemporary versions of JELIA. The workshop obtained 35 submissions – a smart raise from the former edition.Thesubmittedpapersshowedthatthelogicalfoundationsofmulti-agent platforms are felt via a wide neighborhood to be a crucial learn subject, upon which classical AI and agent-related matters are to be addressed.

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By Bożena Woźna, Alessio Lomuscio (auth.), João Leite, Paolo Torroni (eds.)

The inspiration of service provider has lately elevated its in?uence within the study and - velopment of computational good judgment established structures, whereas even as signal- cantly gaining from many years of analysis in computational common sense. Computational common sense offers a well-de?ned, normal, and rigorous framework for learning s- tax, semantics and strategies, for implementations, environments, instruments, and criteria, facilitating the ever very important hyperlink among speci?cation and ver- cation of computational structures. the aim of the Computational good judgment in Multi-agent structures (CLIMA) foreign workshop sequence is to debate concepts, in response to computational good judgment, for representing, programming, and reasoning approximately multi-agent platforms in a proper manner. Former CLIMA versions have been performed along with different significant computational common sense and AI occasions reminiscent of CL in July 2000, ICLP in December 2001, FLoC in August 2002, and LPNMR and AI-Math in January 2004. The ?fth variation of CLIMA was once held Lisbon, Portugal, in September 29–30, 2004.We,asorganizers,andinagreementwiththeCLIMASteeringCommittee, opted for co-location with the ninth ecu convention on Logics in Arti?cial Intelligence (JELIA 2004), wishing to advertise the CLIMA learn subject matters within the broader neighborhood of logics in AI, a group whose turning out to be curiosity in multi-agent matters has been established by way of the big variety of agent-related papers submitted to contemporary versions of JELIA. The workshop obtained 35 submissions – a smart raise from the former edition.Thesubmittedpapersshowedthatthelogicalfoundationsofmulti-agent platforms are felt via a wide neighborhood to be a crucial learn subject, upon which classical AI and agent-related matters are to be addressed.

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Proposition 2. (Abstraction operation on contexts) Operation i is surjective and idempotent. Proof. That i is surjective can be proved per absurdum. First notice that this operation is a function of the following type: i : P(M0 )∪. ∪P(Mn ) −→ P(Mi ) with 1 ≤ i ≤ n. t. ∀M in the domain of i , i M = M . This means that ∀M in the domain of i , {m | m = Δm , Ai Im & m ∈ M } = M , which is impossible because we have at least that i M = M . The proof of the equation for idempotency i ( i M ) = i M is straightforward.

A transition system for a programming language consists of a set of axioms and derivation rules for deriving transitions for this language. A transition is a transformation of one configuration into another and it corresponds to a single computation step. Let A = Rule, T be a 3APL agent and let BasicAction be a set of basic actions. Below, we give the transition system TransA for our simplified 3APL language, which is based on the system given in [4]. This transition system is specific to agent A.

Instead, we proposed a logic of restricted plans, which should be used to prove properties of 3APL plans by doing induction on the restriction parameter. Being able to do structural induction is usually considered an essential property of programs in order to reason about them. As 3APL plans lack this property, it is not at all obvious that it should be possible to reason about them, especially using a clean logic with sound and complete axiomatization. The fact that we succeeded in providing such a logic, thus at least demonstrates this possibility.

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