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Computer Science Logic

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Full Completeness: Interactive and Geometric Characterizations of the Space of Proofs (Abstract)
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    Chapter 2 The Symbolic Approach to Repeated Games (Abstract)
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    Chapter 3 Proofs, Programs and Abstract Complexity
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    Chapter 4 Model-Checking First-Order Logic: Automata and Locality
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    Chapter 5 Tightening the Exchange Rates Between Automata
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    Chapter 6 Precise Relational Invariants Through Strategy Iteration
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    Chapter 7 Omega-Regular Half-Positional Winning Conditions
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    Chapter 8 Clique-Width and Parity Games
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    Chapter 9 Logical Refinements of Church’s Problem
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    Chapter 10 Computer Science Logic
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    Chapter 11 Comparing the Expressive Power of Well-Structured Transition Systems
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    Chapter 12 There Exist Some ω-Powers of Any Borel Rank
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    Chapter 13 Satisfiability of a Spatial Logic with Tree Variables
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    Chapter 14 Forest Expressions
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    Chapter 15 MSO on the Infinite Binary Tree: Choice and Order
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    Chapter 16 Classical and Intuitionistic Logic Are Asymptotically Identical
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    Chapter 17 Qualitative Temporal and Spatial Reasoning Revisited
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    Chapter 18 On Acyclic Conjunctive Queries and Constant Delay Enumeration
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    Chapter 19 Computer Science Logic
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    Chapter 20 The Theory of Calculi with Explicit Substitutions Revisited
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    Chapter 21 A Soft Type Assignment System for λ-Calculus
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    Chapter 22 Lambda Theories of Effective Lambda Models
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    Chapter 23 Typed Normal Form Bisimulation
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    Chapter 24 Not Enough Points Is Enough
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    Chapter 25 Classical Program Extraction in the Calculus of Constructions
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    Chapter 26 Building Decision Procedures in the Calculus of Inductive Constructions
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    Chapter 27 Structure Theorem and Strict Alternation Hierarchy for FO2 on Words
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    Chapter 28 On the Complexity of Reasoning About Dynamic Policies
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    Chapter 29 Relativizing Small Complexity Classes and Their Theories
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    Chapter 30 Subexponential Time and Fixed-Parameter Tractability: Exploiting the Miniaturization Mapping
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    Chapter 31 From Proofs to Focused Proofs: A Modular Proof of Focalization in Linear Logic
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    Chapter 32 Linear Realizability
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    Chapter 33 Correctness of Multiplicative (and Exponential) Proof Structures is NL-Complete
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    Chapter 34 Focusing and Polarization in Intuitionistic Logic
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    Chapter 35 Incorporating Tables into Proofs
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    Chapter 36 A Cut-Free and Invariant-Free Sequent Calculus for PLTL
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    Chapter 37 Unbounded Proof-Length Speed-Up in Deduction Modulo
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    Chapter 38 Propositional Logic for Circuit Classes
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    Chapter 39 Game Characterizations and the PSPACE-Completeness of Tree Resolution Space
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    Chapter 40 Continuous Previsions
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    Chapter 41 Bad Variables Under Control
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    Chapter 42 A Games Model of Bunched Implications
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    Chapter 43 The Ackermann Award 2007
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Chapter title
Classical and Intuitionistic Logic Are Asymptotically Identical
Chapter number 16
Book title
Computer Science Logic
Published in
Lecture notes in computer science, September 2007
DOI 10.1007/978-3-540-74915-8_16
Book ISBNs
978-3-54-074914-1, 978-3-54-074915-8
Authors

Hervé Fournier, Danièle Gardy, Antoine Genitrini, Marek Zaionc

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Jacques Duparc, Thomas A. Henzinger

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