A logic for suspicious players : epistemic actions and belief-updates in games

@inproceedings{Baltag2000ALF,
  title={A logic for suspicious players : epistemic actions and belief-updates in games},
  author={Alexandru Baltag},
  year={2000}
}
In this paper, we introduce a notion of “epistemic action” to describe changes in the information states of the players in a game. For this, we use ideas that we have developed in our previous papers [BMS], [BMS2] and [B], enriching them to cover, not just purely epistemic actions, but also fact-changing actions (“real moves”, e.g. choosing a card, exchanging cards etc.) and nondeterministic actions and strategies (conditional actions having knowledge tests as conditions). We consider natural… CONTINUE READING
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