By Matteo Baldoni, Ulle Endriss

This e-book constitutes the completely refereed post-proceedings of the 4th overseas Workshop on Declarative Agent Languages and applied sciences, DALT 2006, held in Hakodate, Japan in may possibly 2006 as an linked occasion of AAMAS 2006, the most foreign convention on self sufficient brokers and multi-agent platforms.

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Clarke, O. Grumberg, and D. A. Peled. Model Checking. The MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1999. 10. R. Fagin, J. Y. Halpern, Y. Moses, and M. Y. Vardi. Reasoning about Knowledge. MIT Press, Cambridge, 1995. 11. M. Franceschet, A. Montanari, and M. de Rijke. Model checking for combined logics with an application to mobile systems. Automated Software Engineering, 11:289–321, 2004. 12. D. Gabbay and V. Shehtman. Products of modal logics, part 1. Logic Journal of the IGPL, 6(1):73–146, 1998. 13.

Both tools allow for the verification of CTLK formulae in Kripke models. MCMAS uses interpreted systems [10] to describe Kripke models in a succinct way. Verics employs networks of automata. Both approaches can be reduced to concurrent programs, and vice-versa; thus, Theorem 7 allows to establish PSPACEcompleteness results for the problem of verifying MCMAS and Verics programs. 1 The Complexity of Model Checking MCMAS Programs MCMAS [22] is a symbolic model checker for interpreted systems. Interpreted systems [10] provide a fine grain semantics for temporal and epistemic operators, based on a system of agents.

Fisher, C. Pardavila, and M. Wooldridge. Model checking AgentSpeak. In J. S. Rosenschein, T. Sandholm, W. Michael, and M. Yokoo, editors, Proceedings of the Second International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-agent systems (AAMAS-03), pages 409–416. ACM Press, 2003. 4. R. E. Bryant. Graph-based algorithms for boolean function manipulation. IEEE Transactions on Computers, 35(8):677–691, 1986. 5. R. E. Bryant. On the complexity of VLSI implementations and graph representations of boolean functions with application to integer multiplication.

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