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The proof of soundness is by straightforward induction on the length of a derivation. All axioms are clearly sound, and the inference rules are standard. The proof of completeness is standard as far as the PDL part is concerned, see for example . Take a consistent formula φ; we are going to build a finite satisfying model M ∈ MC for φ. We define the closure, CL(Σ) of a set of formulas of our language based on the usual definition of the Fischer-Ladner closure under single negations of Σ. , if Bp ∈ Σ, then we do not allow p in the subformula closure of Σ, since we do not have bare propositional variables in our language.

World axioms prop_formula( not(and(br1,br2)) ). 1 Using Theorem Proving to Verify Properties of Agent Programs prop_formula( or(br1,br2) ). % instances of A2 prop_formula( not(and(gc1,bc1)) ). prop_formula( not(and(gc2,bc2)) ). % instances of A3 prop_formula( implies(and(gc1, bb), box(s, or(bc1, gc1))) ). prop_formula( implies(and(bc1, bb), box(s, or(bc1, gc1))) ). prop_formula( implies(and(bc1, br1), box(r, and(bc1, br2))) ). prop_formula( implies(and(gc1, br1), box(r, and(gc1, br2))) ). prop_formula( implies(and(bc1, br2,not(bb)), box(c, and(bc1, br2, bb))) ).

The proof of completeness is standard as far as the PDL part is concerned, see for example . Take a consistent formula φ; we are going to build a finite satisfying model M ∈ MC for φ. We define the closure, CL(Σ) of a set of formulas of our language based on the usual definition of the Fischer-Ladner closure under single negations of Σ. , if Bp ∈ Σ, then we do not allow p in the subformula closure of Σ, since we do not have bare propositional variables in our language. We also have an extra condition that if an action α occurs in φ, then CL(φ) contains fb (ψ) for all pre- and postconditions ψ for α.