OUCS-2001-02 The description of game actions in Cluedo

@inproceedings{Ditmarsch2001OUCS200102TD,
  title={OUCS-2001-02 The description of game actions in Cluedo},
  author={Hans van Ditmarsch},
  year={2001}
}
Game actions in the well-known murder game Cluedo involve interactions of di erent subgroups of players, that result in complex knowledge changes. We introduce a dynamic epistemic language to describe actions in Cluedo in formal detail. This provides us with a precise description of Cluedo strategies. Optimal strategies are not yet known. 
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