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Using multiple models of reality: on agents who know how to play safer

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University of Twente
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Disciplines
  • Logic

Abstract

This thesis considers some aspects of multi-agent systems, seen as a metaphor for reasoning about the world, and providing a conceptual machinery that can be used to model and analyze the reality in which an agent is embedded. First, we study several modal logics for multi-agent systems; in particular, Alternating-time Temporal Logic (ATL) is studied in various contexts. Then, a concept of multi-level modeling of reality and multi-level decision making is proposed in the second part of the thesis.

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