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Journal of Applied Logics - IfCoLog Journal


The Journal of Applied Logics- IfCoLog Journal of Logics and their Applications (FLAP) covers all areas of pure and applied logic, broadly construed. All papers published are free open access, and available via the College Publications website. This Journal is open access, puts no limit on the number of pages of any article, puts no limit on the number of papers in an issue and puts no limit on the number of issues per year. We insist only on a very high academic standard, and will publish issues as they come.
 
AboutEditorial boardScope of the Journal SubmissionsForthcoming papers


The issues are available in both printed and electronic formats. It is published by College Publications, on behalf of the UK logic charity IfCoLog.

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1. Call for Papers: Special Issue on Deontic Logic and Normative Systems

Authors are invited to submit original work that either:

Is previously unpublished (i.e. the CFP is open to papers that were not presented at DEON2023) or
That has been accepted for presentation at DEON2023, in which case the paper should be extended to include at least 20% new material. Authors submitting papers that were previously published in DEON2023’s proceedings should provide a brief description of the modifications that were made to the manuscript in their submission letter.

Submission details


Papers should be written in English and anonymized for peer review. Papers should be no longer than 25 pages (including references). Authors are allowed an additional 5 pages for technical appendices, if necessary.

Papers should be formatted using the LaTeX document class available at www.uqtr.ca/DEON2023/Special.Issue

Submissions should be sent to Jane Spurr at jane@janespurr.net with “JALs-DEON submission” in the subject line.

Submission deadline: January 7th 2024

See www.uqtr.ca/DEON2023/Special.Issue for details.




3. Call for papers: Special issue on Frontiers of Logic in Iran

Scope
Nowadays, logic has covered more and more aspects of natural and social science, from mathematics, physics and computer science to philosophy, cognitive science and linguistics, and has found application in virtually all aspects of information technology, from software engineering and hardware to programming and artificial intelligence. Indeed, logic, artificial intelligence, cognitive science and theoretical computing are influencing each other to the extent that a new interdisciplinary area of logic and computation is emerging.

In recent years, Iranian scholars have made a great effort to promote logical research and have achieved great success in the aspects of logic, mainly include classical and non-classical logic, algebraic logic, modal and temporal logic, probabilistic logic, aggregation function and fuzzy implication, knowledge-based systems and knowledge representation, automated reasoning and so on.



Topics of Interest
This special issue aims to provide an opportunity for Iranian researchers to worldwide share their novel ideas, original research achievements, and practical experiences in a broad range of logic.

Topics include, but are certainly not limited to:

---Non-classical logic and Non-monotonic logic
---Algebraic logic(MV-algebra, Bl-algebra, Heyting algebra,…)
---Temporal logic, modal logic and intuitionistic logic
---Probabilistic logic and Fuzzy logic
---Aggregation function and Fuzzy implication
---Approximation reasoning and Automated reasoning
---Soft Computing and Granular Computing


Guest Editors
Arsham Borumand Saeid, Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman
Rajab Ali Borzooei, Shahid Beheshti University
Mohammad Mehdi Zahedi, Graduate University of Advanced Technology

Important Dates:
Submission deadline: 30 September, 2023
Notification to authors: 31 December, 2023
Final versions due by: 31 January, 2024
Expected publication date: 31 March, 2024




Submission process for special issues

Authors should submit their paper to Jane Spurr (jane@janespurr.net) with "JALs Submission-{Special Issue Title}" in the subject line.

There is no special format submissions need, but the work should be original, and should not be published, or be in the process of consideration for publication elsewhere.


Volume 11-2:

Volume 11, number 2, March 2024



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Volume 11-1:

Volume 11, Number 1: January 2024
Special Issue on Foundations, Applications and Theory of Inductive Logic

Guest Editors: Martin Adamčik and Matthias Thimm

978-1-84890-499-1

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Volume 10-6:

Volume 10, Number 6: December 2023
Special issue: Multiple Valued Logic 2023

Guest Editors: Martin Lukac and Jovanka Pantovic

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Volume 10-5:

Volume 10, Number 5: November 2023



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Volume 10-4:

Volume 10, Number 4: July 2023



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Volume 10-3:

Volume 10, Number 3: May 2023
Special Issue: Advances in Argumentgation in AI

Guest Editors: Marcello D'Agostino, Fabio Aurelio D'Asaro and Costanza Larese

978-1-84890-433-0

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Volume 10, Number 2: March 2023 978-1-84890-431-6
Special Issue: Cognitive Reasoning (FCR-2021)

Guest Editors: Christoph Beierle, Marco Ragni, Frieder Stolzenburg and Matthias Thimm

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Volume 10-1:

Volume 10, Number 1: January 2023



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Volume 9-4:

Volume 9-4: Volume 9, Number 4: July 2022



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Volume 9-3:

Volume 9-3: Volume 9, Number 3: June 2022
Special Issue: Multiple-valued Logic

Guest Editors: Martin Lukac and Shinobu Nagayama

978-1-84890-405-7

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Volume 9-2:

Volume 9-2: Volume 9, Number 2: April 2022



978-1-84890-397-5

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Volume 9-1:

Volume 9-1: Volume 9, Number 1: January 2022
Special Issue: Proceedings of the 19th Brazilian Logic Conference (XIX EBL)

Guest Editors: Itala M. Loffredo D'Ottaviano, Ricardo Silvestre, Leandro Suguitani and Petrucio Viana

978-1-84890-389-0

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Volume 8-10:

Volume 8, Number 10: December 2021



978-1-84890-381-4

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Volume 8-9:

Volume 8, Number 9: October 2021
Special Issue: Reasoning with and about Legal Evidence

Guest Editors: Michal Araszkiewicz and Tomasz Zurek

978-1-84890-378-4

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Volume 8-8:

Volume 8, Number 8: September 2021
Special Issue: Intuitionistic Modal Logic and Applications

Guest Editors: Valeria de Paiva and Sergei Artemov

978-1-84890-377-7

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Volume 8-7:

Volume 8, Number 7: August 2021



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Volume 8-6:

Volume 8, Number 6: July 2021
Special Issue on Formal Argumentation

Guest editors: Dov M. Gabbay, Massimiliano Giacomin, Guillermo R. Simari and Matthias Thimm

978-1-84890-371-5

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Volume 8-5:

Volume 8, Number 5: June 2021
Special Issue on Multiple-Valued Logic: Selected Papers from ISMVL 2020

Guest editors: Martin Lukac, Yasushi Yuminaka and Kaitlin N Smith

978-1-84890-366-1

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Volume 8-4:

Volume 8, Number 4: May 2021
Special Issue: Mining and Reasoning with Legal Texts

Guest Editors: Livio Robaldo, Leendert van der Torre, Giovanni Casini, and Serena Villata

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Volume 8-3:

Volume 8, Number 3: April 2021



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Volume 8-2:

Volume 8, Number 2: March 2021
Special Issue: Assertion and Proof

Guest Editors: Massimiliano Carrara, Daniele Chiffi and Ciro De Florio

978-1-84890-360-9

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Volume 8-1:

Volume 8, Number 1: February 2021
Special issue: Douglas Walton Remembered

Guest editor: John Woods

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Volume 7-6:

Volume 7, Number 6, December 2020



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Volume 7, Number 5, September 2020
Special Issue: Semantic Spaces at the Intersection of NLP, Physics and Cognitive Science. SemSpace 2019

Guest Editors: Martha Lewis, Dan Marsden and Mehrnoosh Sadrzadeh

978-1-84890-345-6

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Volume 7, Number 4, August 2020



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Volume 7-3:

Volume 7, Number 3, June 2020



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Volume 7, Number 2, March 2020
Special Issue. Book Symposium on Woods' ''Truth in Fiction''

Guest Editor: Dov Gabbay

978-1-84890-324-1

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Volume 7-1:

Volume 7, Number 1, January 2020
Special Issue: Multiple Valued Logic

Guest Editor: Martin Lukac

978-1-84890-323-4

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Volume 6-7:

Volume 6, Number 7, November 2019



978-1-84890-320-3

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Volume 6-6:

Volume 6, Number 6, September 2019
Special Issue: Concept of God

Guest Editors: Stanislaw Krajewski and Ricardo Silvestre

978-1-84890-316-6

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Volume 6-5:

Volume 6, Number 5, August 2019
Special Issue: Reasoning for Legal AI

Guest Editors: Livio Robaldo and Leendert van der Torre

978-1-84890-311-1

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Volume 6-4:

Volume 6, Number 4, June 2019
Special Issue: Neural-Symbolic Learning and Reasoning (NeSy'18)

Guest Editors: Artur d'Avila Garcez and Tarek R. Besold

978-1-84890-306-7

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Volume 6, Number 3, May 2019



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Volume 6, Number 2, March 2019
The 3rd Israeli Workshop on Non-classical Logics and Their Applications (IsraLog2017)

Guest Editors: Ofer Arieli and Anna Zamansky

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Volume 6, Number 1, January 2019



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Volume 5, Number 9, December 2018
Special Issue: Current Trends in Multiple Valued Logic Design

Guest Editors: Martin Lukac and Robert Wille

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Volume 5, Number 8



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Volume 5, Number 7
Special Issue: Formal Approaches to the Ontological Argument

Guest Editors: Ricardo Sousa Silvestre and Jean-Yves Beziau

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Volume 5, Number 6
Special Issue: The Emergence of Structuralism and Formalism

Guest Editors: Michael Gabbay, Prokop Sousedik and David Svoboda

978-1-84890-288-6

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Volume 5:

Volume 5, Number 5
Special Issue: Logical Foundations of Strategic Reasoning

Guest Editors: Woosuk Park and John Woods

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Volume 5, Number 4



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Volume 5, Number 3
Special Issue: Argument Strength

Guest Editors: Mathieu Beirlaen, Jesse Heyninck, Pere Pardo and Christian Strasser

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Volume 5, Number 2
Special Issue: Normative Multi-Agent Systems

Guest Editor: Serena Villata

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Volume 5, Number 1




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Volume 4, Number 11
Special Issue Dedicated to the Memory of Dale Jacquette

Guest Editor: John Woods

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Volume 4, Number 10
Special Issue: New Trends in Logic

Guest Editor: Matthias Baaz

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Volume 4, Number 9
Logic for Normative Multi-Agent Systems

Guest Editors: Gabriella Pigozzi and Leendert van der Torre

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Volume 4, Number 8
Formal Argumentation

Guest Editors: Pietro Baroni, Dov Gabbay, Massimiliano Giacomin and Leendert van der Torre

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Volume 4, Number 7
Reasoning about Preferences, Uncertainty and Vagueness

Guest Editors: Thomas Lukasiewicz, Rafael Penaloza and Anni-Yasmin Turhan

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Volume 4, Number 6
Arguing with Reasoning Distortions



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Volume 4, Number 5



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Volume 4, Number 4
Special Issue Dedicated to the Memory of Grigori Mints

Dov Gabbay and Oleg Prosorov, Guest Editors

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Volume 4, Number 3
Special Issue: Proceedings of the Third Workshop, 16-17 May 2016, Edmonton, Canada

Guest Editors: Katalin Bimbó and J. Michael Dunn

978-1-84890-239-8

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Volume 4, Number 2
Special Issue: Hilberts epsilon and tau in Logic, Informatics and Linguistics. March 2017

Guest Editors: Stergios Chatzikyriakidis, Fabio Pasquali and Christian Retoré

978-1-84890-234-3

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Volume 4, Number 1,
Special Issue: Tools for Teaching Logic. January 2017

Guest editors: Sophie Pinchinat and François Schwarzentruber

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Volume 3, Number 5
December 2016



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Volume 3, Number 4
Proof, Truth, Computation

Guest editors: Hannes Leitgeb, Iosif Petrakis, Peter Schuster and Helmut Schwichtenberg

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Volume 3, Number 3
Special Issue: Connexive Logics

Heinrich Wansing, Hitoshi Omori and Thomas Macaulay Ferguson, eds

978-1-84890-222-0

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Volume 3, Number 2
Special Issue: Probabilistic and Quantitative Approaches to Computational Argumentation

Guest editors: Matthias Thimm and Dov Gabbay

978-1-84890-221-3

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Volume 3, Number 1.
Frontiers of Abduction Special Issue. May 2016

Guest Editor: Lorenzo Magnani

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Volume 2, Number 2



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Volume 2, Number 1
June 2015



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Volume 1, Number 2
November 2014



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Volume 1, Number 1
June 2014



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