|Statement||George N. Schlesinger.|
|Series||Scots philosophical monographs,, no. 6|
|LC Classifications||BC57 .S35 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 116 p. :|
|Number of Pages||116|
|ISBN 10||0080324169, 0080324177|
|LC Control Number||85149472|
Restricted Range in Epistemic Logic. Robert C. Sleigh - - Journal of Philosophy 69 (3)Author: Robert A. Larmer. 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 logic. Immediate online access to all issues from Subscription will auto renew : Robert A. Larmer. 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 formal specifications, including proof systems.
Chapter 2 EPISTEMIC LOGIC AND INFORMATION AS RANGE. Epistemic logic was developed originally for the analysis of the philosophical notion of knowledge (Hintikka ), and as such, it has generated controversy. In this book, we use it in a completely neutral manner, as a formalization of the notion ‘information as range’ in the Introduction. Product update in general dynamic-epistemic logic Priority update. Belief revision and probability dynamics Time, iterated update, and learning. Epistemic temporal logic. Protocols in dynamic epistemic logic Representing DEL inside temporallogic. Beliefs over time Basic Concepts and Tools. As the title suggests, this book uses a formal tool, logic, to study the notion of knowledge (\episteme" in Greek, hence epistemic logic) and belief, and, in a wider sense, the notion of Size: 1MB. John-Jules Ch. Meyer, in Handbook of the History of Logic, 2 Modal Logic. Modal logic is stemming from analytical philosophy to describe and analyze important philosophical notions such as knowledge and belief (epistemic / doxastic logic), time (temporal / tense logic), action (dynamic logic) and obligations, permission and prohibitions (deontic logic) [Blackburn et al., ].
'Epistemic Logic' is an overview of multi-agent epistemic logic - the logic of knowledge - including modal operators for groups, such as general and common knowledge. 'Belief Revision' is an overview on how to model belief revision, both in the 'traditional' way and in a dynamic epistemic setting. ”’Epistemic Logic’ is the shining star of Rescher’s provocative trilogy on realism, knowledge, and our cognitive imitations. EL is a unique and crucial addition to the literature in formal epistemology because it locates the debate over the knowability principle within an overall system of the logic 5/5(2). Epistemic logic has grown from its philosophical beginnings to find diverse applications in computer science as a means of reasoning about the knowledge and belief of agents. This book, based on courses taught at universities and summer schools, provides a broad introduction to the subject; many exercises are included together with their : J.-J. Ch. Meyer, W. van der Hoek. 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 .