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Formalizing the Dynamics of Information


  • 12 b/w illus. 3 tables
  • Page extent: 232 pages
  • Size: 228 x 152 mm
  • Weight: 0.435 kg

Library of Congress

  • Dewey number: 003/.54
  • Dewey version: 21
  • LC Classification: Q360 .F665 2000
  • LC Subject headings:
    • Information theory
    • System theory

Library of Congress Record


 (ISBN-13: 9781575862392 | ISBN-10: 1575862395)

  • There was also a Paperback of this title but it is no longer available
  • Published April 2000

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$68.00 (C)

The papers collected in this volume exemplify some of the trends in current approaches to logic, language and computation. Written by authors with varied academic backgrounds, the contributions are intended for an interdisciplinary audience. The first part of this volume addresses issues relevant for multi-agent systems: reasoning with incomplete information, reasoning about knowledge and beliefs, and reasoning about games. Proofs as formal objects form the subject of Part II. Topics covered include: contributions on logical frameworks, linear logic, and different approaches to formalized reasoning. Part III focuses on representations and formal methods in linguistic theory, addressing the areas of comparative and temporal expressions, modal subordination, and compositionality.


Preface; Part I. Agents, Games, and Reasoning with Incomplete Information: 1. Commonsense as motion Areski nait Abdallah; 2. Intersubjective consistency of knowledge and belief Giacomo Bonanno and Klaus Nehring; 3. Formalizing potential of agents W. van der Hoek, J.-J. Ch. Meyer and J. W. van Schagen; 4. An introduction to game logic Marc Pauly; Part II. Reasoning Formalized: Logical Frameworks, Resolution, and Proof Theory: 5. Logical frameworks Iliano Cervesato; 6. Axiomatization of a Skolem function in intuitionistic logic Grigori Mints; 7. An overview of resolution decision procedures Hans de Nivelle; 8. From propositional to linear logic: an introduction Harold Schellinx; Part III. Compositions that Make Sense: 9. Dimensional adjectives and measures phrases in vector space semantics Martina Faller; 10. Dynamic context management Stefan Kaufmann; 11. Resolving temporal relations using tense meaning and discourse interpretation Andrew Kehler; 12. Semantic compositionality Francis Jeffrey Pelletier.


Areski nait Abdallah, Giacomo Bonanno, Klaus Nehring, W. van der Hoek, J.-J. Ch. Meyer, J. W. van Schagen, Marc Pauly, Iliano Cervesato, Grigori Mints, Hans de Nivelle, Harold Schellinx, Martina Faller, Stefan Kaufmann, Andrew Kehler, Francis Jeffrey Pelletier

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