@misc{cogprints331, volume = {3}, number = {1}, month = {March}, author = {Murat Ersan and Varol Akman}, title = {Situated Modeling of Epistemic Puzzles}, journal = {Bulletin of the IGPL}, pages = {51--76}, year = {1995}, keywords = {computational situation theory, epistemic puzzles, common knowledge (mutual information), PROSIT (programming in situation theory), the Three Wisemen Problem, the Census-Taker Problem, the Cheating Husbands Puzzle, the Facing Logicians Puzzle.}, url = {http://cogprints.org/331/}, abstract = {Situation theory is a mathematical theory of meaning introduced by Jon Barwise and John Perry. It has evoked great theoretical interest and motivated the framework of a few `computational' systems. PROSIT is the pioneering work in this direction. Unfortunately, there is a lack of real-life applications on these systems and this study is a preliminary attempt to remedy this deficiency. Here, we solve a group of epistemic puzzles using the constructs provided by PROSIT.} }