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By Tran Cao Son, Enrico Pontelli (auth.), Jürgen Dix, Michael Fisher, Peter Novák (eds.)
This ebook constitutes the completely refereed and revised post-conference court cases of the tenth foreign Workshop on Computational good judgment for Multi-Agent platforms, CLIMA X, held in Hamburg, Germany, in September 2009 - co-located with pals 2009, the seventh German convention on Multi-Agent procedure applied sciences. The nine complete papers, offered including one invited paper, have been rigorously chosen and reviewed from 18 submissions. the subjects lined are formal techniques and version checking, belief-desire-intention, solution set programming and (multi-)agent structures, and coordination and deliberation.
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Extra resources for Computational Logic in Multi-Agent Systems: 10th International Workshop, CLIMA X, Hamburg, Germany, September 9-10, 2009, Revised Selected and Invited Papers
The language LRTL is deﬁned by the following grammar: ϕ ::= p | ¬ϕ | ϕ ∧ ϕ | ρ γ where γ ::= ϕ | ¬γ | γ ∧ γ | ϕ U ϕ | ϕ and p ∈ Props and ρ ∈ R± ∞ . Formulae ϕ (resp. γ) are called state (resp. path) formulae. Expressing Properties of Resource-Bounded Systems 27 Moreover, we deﬁne fragments of LRTL in which the domain of ρ is restricted. Let X be any set of multisets over R. Then LRTL restricts LRTL in such a X way that ρ ∈ X. Finally, we deﬁne [ρ], the dual of ρ , as ¬ ρ ¬. Analogously to the language of CTL we deﬁne LRTL as the fragment of LRTL in which each temporal operator is immediately preceded by a path quantiﬁer.
The (positive) restriction of M regarding N, M N , is the multiset M N over X ∪ Y deﬁned as follows: M N (x) := M(x) 0 if N(x) ≥ 0 and x ∈ Y otherwise. So, the multiset M N equals M for all elements contained in N which have a non-negative quantity, and 0 for all others elements. 3 Modelling Resource-Bounded Systems In this section we introduce resource-bounded models (RBMs) for modelling system with limited resources. Then, we propose the logics RTL and RTL (resource-bounded tree logics), for the veriﬁcation of such systems.
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