By João Leite, Paolo Torroni
This booklet constitutes the strictly refereed post-proceedings of the fifth foreign Workshop on Computational good judgment for Multi-Agent platforms, CLIMA V, held in Lisbon, Portugal, in September 2004 as a joint occasion in federation with the 9th ecu convention on Logics in man made Intelligence (JELIA’04) to advertise the CLIMA learn issues within the broader group of logics in AI.
The sixteen revised complete papers offered have been conscientiously chosen from 35 submissions and are dedicated to options from computational good judgment for representing, programming, and reasoning approximately multi-agent structures. The papers are equipped in topical sections on foundations, architectures, interplay, and making plans and applications.
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Analysis of plans by structural induction in this way thus does not work for 3APL. In order to be able to prove correctness properties of 3APL programs however, one can perhaps imagine that it is important to have some kind of induction. As we will show in the sequel, the kind of induction that can be used to reason about 3APL programs, is induction on the number of PR rule applications in a transition sequence. We will introduce a dynamic logic for 3APL based on this idea. 1 Syntax In order to be able to do induction on the number of PR rule applications in a transition sequence, we introduce so-called restricted plans.
The application of the rule results in the revision of the plan, such that the preﬁx equal to the head of the rule is replaced by the plan in the body of the rule. A rule a; b c can for example be applied to the plan a; b; c, yielding the plan c; c. The belief base is not changed through plan revision. Definition 7. (rule application) Let ρ : πh πb ∈ Rule. πh ; π, σ →app πb ; π, σ In the sequel, it will be useful to have a function taking a PR rule and a plan, and yielding the plan resulting from the application of the rule to this given plan.
1) If c ∈ AbstractPlan or if a transition of the form c; π, σ →execute π, σ1 is not derivable, the ﬁrst term of the right-hand side of (1) is empty. , by deﬁnition 15: ∀σ ∈ κ(CrA (c; π n , σ)) : σ |=Rule φ. (2) To prove: (A) σ |=Rule [c 0 ][π n ]φ and (B) σ |=Rule ρ [apply(ρ, c; π) n−1 ]φ. (A) If c ∈ AbstractPlan or if a transition of the form c; π, σ →execute π, σ1 is not derivable, the desired result follows immediately from axiom (PRDL2) or an analogous proposition for non executable basic actions.