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UNDECIDABILITY OF CONSEQUENCE RELATION IN FULL NON-ASSOCIATIVE LAMBEK CALCULUS

  • KAREL CHVALOVSKÝ (a1)
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We prove that the consequence relation in the Full Non-associative Lambek Calculus is undecidable. An encoding of the halting problem for 2-tag systems using finitely many sequents in the language {⋅,∨} is presented. Therefore already the consequence relation in this fragment is undecidable. Moreover, the construction works even when the structural rules of exchange and contraction are added.

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