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Gerhard Weiss (ed.): Multiagent Systems

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    As a matter of fact it seems that some exercises (those marked with difficulty level 4) could be worthy a PhD thesis of their own.

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    http://www.the-mas-book.info/

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    E.g. the “Handbook of Modal Logic” (Blackburn, van Benthem and Wolter (eds.), Elsevier 2007) or the “Handbook of Philosophical Logic” (Gabbay and Guenthner (eds.), Springer 2007).

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    A practice known from many other computer science textbooks, such as “Modal Logic” by Blackburn, de Rijke and Venema (Cambridge University Press 2002).

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Kaźmierczak, P. Gerhard Weiss (ed.): Multiagent Systems. Künstl Intell 28, 223–224 (2014). https://doi.org/10.1007/s13218-014-0310-7

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