Topo-Logic as a Dynamic-Epistemic Logic
We extend the ‘topologic’ framework  with dynamic modalities for ‘topological public announcements’ in the style of Bjorndahl . We give a complete axiomatization for this “Dynamic Topo-Logic”, which is in a sense simpler than the standard axioms of topologic. Our completeness proof is also more direct (making use of a standard canonical model construction). Moreover, we study the relations between this extension and other known logical formalisms, showing in particular that it is co-expressive with the simpler (and older) logic of interior and global modality [1, 4, 10, 14]. This immediately provides an easy decidability proof (both for topologic and for our extension).
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