The logical modelling of computational multi-agent systems

@inproceedings{Wooldridge1992TheLM,
  title={The logical modelling of computational multi-agent systems},
  author={Michael Wooldridge},
  year={1992}
}
THE aim of this thesis is to investigate logical formalisms for describing, reasoning about, specifying, and perhaps ultimately verifying the properties of systems composed of multiple intelligent computational agents. There are two obvious resources available for this task. The first is the (largely AI) tradition of reasoning about the intentional notions (belief, desire, etc.). The second is the (mainstream computer science) tradition of temporal logics for reasoning about reactive systems… CONTINUE READING
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