Strategies for Belief Revision

@inproceedings{Segerberg2012StrategiesFB,
  title={Strategies for Belief Revision},
  author={Krister Segerberg},
  booktitle={Games, Actions and Social Software},
  year={2012}
}
This paper is a contribution to dynamic doxastic logic (DDL), that is, doxastic logic supplemented with operators for belief change due to new information. Thus in addition to operators for belief ( B ) and doxastic commitment ( K ) we also have, for each pure Boolean formula φ , a propositional operator [∗φ ] with the informal reading "after the agent has come to believe that φ and revised his beliefs accordingly it is the case that". The resulting new logical landscape turns out to be… CONTINUE READING

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