Bounded Epistemic Situation Calculus Theories / 846
Giuseppe De Giacomo, Yves Lespérance, Fabio Patrizi

We define the class of e-bounded theories in the epistemic situation calculus, where the number of fluent atoms that the agent thinks may be true is bounded by a constant. Such theories can still have an infinite domain and an infinite set of states. We show that for them verification of an expressive class of first-order mu-calculus temporal epistemic properties is decidable. We also show that if the agent's knowledge in the initial situation is e-bounded and the objective part of an action theory maintains boundedness, then the entire epistemic theory is e-bounded.