By Simon Parsons, Yuqing Tang, Kai Cai, Elizabeth Sklar, Peter McBurney (auth.), João Leite, Paolo Torroni, Thomas Ågotnes, Guido Boella, Leon van der Torre (eds.)

This e-book constitutes the complaints of the twelfth foreign Workshop on Computational good judgment in Multi-Agent platforms, CLIMA XII, held in Barcelona, Spain, in July 2011.

The 22 papers provided have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from forty three submissions. the aim of the CLIMA workshops is to supply a discussion board for discussing ideas, in keeping with computational good judgment, for representing, programming and reasoning approximately brokers and multi-agent structures in a proper approach. This quantity good points 5 thematic particular periods: secrets and techniques and belief, wisdom and ideology, logics for video games and social selection, cooperation, common sense and languages, and norms and normative multi-agent systems.

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His completeness) about θ that is: T rustV al(i, j, θ) (resp. T rustV al(i, j, θ)). The Theorems 3, 5, 7 and 9 respectively are the dual of 2, 4, 6 and 8 and from the fact that agent i has not been informed i can infer that φ is false. 7 Related Works In [17] trust is represented by a probability associated to a binary relation between two agents. It is also assumed a priori that the trust relationship is transitive. These simpliﬁcations are assumed by the authors in order to be able to deﬁne a mathematical model to compute the ”percolation” of trust in a graph of agents.

P ⊥, 2. P A B if the set of edges A functionally determines set of edges B under protocol P, 3. P φ1 → φ2 if P φ1 or P φ2 . In this article, we study the formulas φ ∈ Φ(H) that are true under every protocol P over a ﬁxed hypergraph H. Below we describe a formal logical system for such formulas. This system, like earlier systems deﬁned by Armstrong [5], More and Naumov [10,3,4] and by Kelvey, More, Naumov, and Sapp [8], belongs to the set of deductive systems that capture properties of secrets. In general, we refer to such systems as logics of secrets.

The work presented in [2] is the work which is the closest to our work we have found in the literature. In an informal analysis trust is decomposed into several elements: the truster, the trustee and the purpose of trust. Then, these notions are formalized in the Josiang’s Subjective Logic which, roughly speaking, can be seen as a combination of probability theory and epistemic logic. However, in this work trust purpose is represented by atomic propositions and no nested modal operator is used for reasoning about agents’ beliefs.

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