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This paper introduces ASF, a variation of the BDI logic programming language ASL intended to permit the model-theoretic verification of multi-agent systems. After briefly introducing ASF and discussing its relationship to ASL, we show how ASF programs can be transformed into Prm, the model specification language for the Spin model-checking system. We also(More)
In this paper we further develop the methodology of temporal logic as an executable imperative language, presented by Moszkowski [Mos86] and Gabbay [Gab87, Gab89] and present a concrete framework, called MetateM for executing (modal and) temporal logics. Our approach is illustrated by the development of an execution mechanism for a propositional temporal(More)
In this paper, a resolution method for propositional temporal logic is presented. Temporal formulae, incorporating both past-time and future-time temporal operators, are converted to Separated Normal Form (SNF), then both non-temporal and temporal resolution rules are applied. The resolution method is based on classical resolution, but incorporates a(More)
MABLE is a language for the design and automatic verification of multi-agent systems. MABLE is essentially a conventional imperative programming language, enriched by constructs from the agent-oriented programming paradigm. A MABLE system contains a number of agents, programmed using the MABLE imperative programming language. Agents in MABLE have a mental(More)
A resolution based proof system for a temporal logic of knowledge is presented and shown to be correct. Such logics are useful for proving properties of distributed and multi-agent systems. Examples are given to illustrate the proof system. An extension of the basic system to the multi-modal case is given and illustrated using the 'muddy children problem'.