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Advances in Modal Logic

Editors:R. Schmidt, I. Pratt-Hartmann, M. Reynolds, H. Wansing

Modal logic is one of the most widely applied logical formalisms. Systems of modal logic are being used in many disciplines, ranging from artificial intelligence, computer science, mathematics, formal grammar and semantics to philosophy.

This volume presents substantial recent advances in the relational and the algorithmic treatment of modal logics. It contains papers from the fifth conference on "Advances in Modal logic," held in Manchester (UK) in September 2004.

Written by leading experts in the field, the present book is indispensable for any advanced student and researcher in pure and applied modal logic.

404 pp.

20 July 2005

ISBN 1904987222

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