A considerably large class of multi-agent systems operate in distributed and real-time environments, and often their correctness specifications require us to express time-critical properties that depend on performed actions of the system. In the paper, we focus on the formal verification of such systems by means of the bounded model checking (BMC) method, where specifications are expressed in the existential fragment of the Real-Time Computation Tree Logic augmented to include standard epistemic operators.
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