Dialogue Games for Inconsistent and Biased Information
SourceElectronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science, 85, 2, (2003), pp. 134-151
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SW OZ BSI OGG
Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science
SubjectExperimental Psychopathology and Treatment
In this article, a dialogue game is presented in which coherent conversational sequences with inconsistent and biased information are described at the speech act level. Inconsistent and biased information is represented with bilattice structures, and based on these bilattice structures, a multi-valued logic is defined that makes it possible to describe a dialogue game in which agents can communicate about their cognitive states with inconsistent and biased information. A dialogue game is formalized by, first, defining the agent's cognitive state as a set of multi-valued theories, second, by defining the dialogue rules that prescribe permissible communicative acts based on the agent's cognitive state, and last, by defining update rules that change the agent's cognitive state as a result of communicative acts. We show that an example dialogue with inconsistent and biased information can be derived from our dialogue game.
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