Epistemic capacities, incompatible information and incomplete beliefs

P. Kulicki, P. Garbacz, R. Trypuz, M. Lechniak: Epistemic capacities, incompatible information and incomplete beliefs. In: ILCLI International Workshop on Logic and Philosophy of Knowledge, Communication and Action (LogKCA-10), 2010.

Abstract

We investigate a speci c model of knowledge and beliefs and their dynamics. The model is inspired by public announcement logic and the approach to puzzles concerning knowledge using that logic. In the model epistemic considerations are based on ontology. The main notion that constitutes a bridge between these two disciplines is the
notion of epistemic capacities. Within the model we study scenarios in which agents can receive false announcements and can have incomplete or improper views about other agent's epistemic capacities. Moreover, we try to express the description of problem speci cation using the tools from applied ontology - RDF format for information and the Protege
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@inproceedings{logkca2010,
title = {Epistemic capacities, incompatible information and incomplete beliefs},
author = {P. Kulicki and P. Garbacz and R. Trypuz and M. Lechniak},
url = {http://trypuz.pl/wp-content/papercite-data/pdf/logkca2010.pdf},
year  = {2010},
date = {2010-01-01},
booktitle = {ILCLI International Workshop on Logic and Philosophy of Knowledge, Communication and Action (LogKCA-10)},
abstract = {We investigate a specic model of knowledge and beliefs and their dynamics. The model is inspired by public announcement logic and the approach to puzzles concerning knowledge using that logic. In the model epistemic considerations are based on ontology. The main notion that constitutes a bridge between these two disciplines is the
notion of epistemic capacities. Within the model we study scenarios in which agents can receive false announcements and can have incomplete or improper views about other agent\'s epistemic capacities. Moreover, we try to express the description of problem specication using the tools from applied ontology - RDF format for information and the Protege
editor},
keywords = {applied ontology, epistemic interactions, knowledge representation},
pubstate = {published},
tppubtype = {inproceedings}
}