One full paper was accepted and and a shorter paper was also accepted that will be presented as a poster at the German conference on AI. The former is about investigations into generalizing approaches to probabilistic belief revision, going from Bayesian conditioning to Lewis imaging. The latter is about how to formally describe how agents should act given that their impact on each other could be positive or negative to some degree. A notion of reputation is used.
The third paper – about probabilistic belief update – was accepted at a co-located workshop called Formal and Cognitive Reasoning.
I’ll present the papers and poster in Berlin in September.