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Author: Michael Zakharyaschev,Krister Segerberg,Maarten de Rijke,Heinrich Wansing
ISBN: 1575862719
Pages: 485 pages
Publisher: Center for the Study of Language and Inf (March 20, 2001)
Language: English
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e-Book Advances in Modal Logic, Volume 2 (Lecture Notes) (v. 2) epub download

by Michael Zakharyaschev,Krister Segerberg,Maarten de Rijke,Heinrich Wansing



Michael Zakharyaschev, Krister Segerberg, Maarten de Rijdke. Modal logic originated in philosophy as the logic of necessity and possibility.

Michael Zakharyaschev, Krister Segerberg, Maarten de Rijdke.

Volume 3 presents substantial advances in the relational model theory and the algorithmic treatment of modal logics.

The topics dealt with are of interdisciplinary interest and range from mathematical, computational, and philosophical problems to applications in knowledge representation and formal linguistics. Volume 3 presents substantial advances in the relational model theory and the algorithmic treatment of modal logics

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Contributors The Origins of Modern Modal Logic Michael Zakharyaschev, Krister Segerberg, Maarten de Rijke, and Heinrich Wansing 1. STS: A Structural Theory of Sets Alexandru Baltag 2. Interpolation, Definability and Fixed Points in Interpretability Logics Carlos Areces, Ev. . Interpolation, Definability and Fixed Points in Interpretability Logics Carlos Areces, Eva Hoogland, and Dick de Jongh 3. Operations on Proofs that can be Specified by Means of Modal Logic Sergei N. Artemov 4. Modal Logic in. Two Gestalts Johan van Benthem 5. Locally Tabular Extensions of MIPC Guram Bezhanishvili and Revaz Grigolia 6. Conditional and Unconditional Obligation for Agents in Time Mark A. Brown 7. H.

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Advances in Modal Logic, Volume .

College Publications, 2012. CSLI Publications, 2000. Volume 2 is a selection of papers presented at "Advances in Modal Logic'98", the second international workshop of its kind held in Uppsala, Sweden. CSLI Publications, 1998. Volume 3 presents substantial advances in the relational model theory and the algorithmic treatment of modal logics

Modal Logic, originally conceived as the logic of necessity and possibility, has developed into a powerful mathematical and computational discipline. It is the main source of formal languages aimed at analyzing complex notions such as common knowledge and formal provability. Modal and modal-like languages also provide us with families of restricted description languages for relational and topological structures; they are being used in many disciplines, ranging from artificial intelligence, computer science and mathematics via natural language syntax and semantics to philosophy.This volume presents a broad and up-to-date view of the field, with contributions covering both the foundations of modal logic itself and each of the aforementioned application areas. Complemented with an editorial introduction covering the roots of modal logic, this book is indispensable for any advanced student and researcher in non-classical logic and its applications.