The Complexity of Non-Iterated Probabilistic Justification Logic [chapter]

Ioannis Kokkinis
2016 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The logic PJ is a probabilistic logic defined by adding (non-iterated) probability operators to the basic justification logic J. In this paper we establish upper and lower bounds for the complexity of the derivability problem in the logic PJ. The main result of the paper is that the complex- ity of the derivability problem in PJ remains the same as the complexity of the derivability problem in the underlying logic J, which is Πp2-complete. This implies hat the probability operators do not
more » ... se the complex- ity of the logic, although they arguably enrich the expressiveness of the language.
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-30024-5_16 fatcat:27toicnyrvfyvcprddonc5nxim