This special issue on Formal Models of Awareness contains five papers that concentrate on different approaches to the notion of awareness. They include syntactic and semantic approaches to modelling awareness and an alternative view from the multi-agent systems perspective where awareness is identified as the ability to perceive and understand actions of other agents.Velázquez-Quesada studies a logic of plausibility acknowledgement models used to interpret the notions of implicit and explicit beliefs. The models use the notion of a formula being acknowledged as true that is similar to syntactic awareness in that the set of formulas acknowledged as true by an agent is not assumed to be closed under logical consequence. However it has a different meaning . A dynamic epistemic logic over such models is cons ..
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