Justification logic, inference tracking, and data privacy

Thomas Studer

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12775/LLP.2011.019

Abstract


Internalization is a key property of justification logics. It states that justification logics internalize their own notion of proof which is essential for the proof of the realization theorem. The aim of this note is to show how to make use of internalization to track where an agent’s knowledge comes from and how to apply this to the problem of data privacy.

Keywords


justification logic; internalization; knowledge tracking, data privacy

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