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The finite model property for knotted extensions of propositional linear logic

  • C. J. van Alten (a1)
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The logics considered here are the propositional Linear Logic and propositional Intuitionistic Linear Logic extended by a knotted structural rule: . It is proved that the class of algebraic models for such a logic has the finite embeddability property, meaning that every finite partial subalgebra of an algebra in the class can be embedded into a finite full algebra in the class. It follows that each such logic has the finite model property with respect to its algebraic semantics and hence that the logic is decidable.

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  • ISSN: 0022-4812
  • EISSN: 1943-5886
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