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Computer Science Logic

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Algebra for Tree Languages
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    Chapter 2 Forcing and Type Theory
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    Chapter 3 Functional Interpretations of Intuitionistic Linear Logic
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    Chapter 4 Fixed-Point Definability and Polynomial Time
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    Chapter 5 Kleene’s Amazing Second Recursion Theorem
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    Chapter 6 Typed Applicative Structures and Normalization by Evaluation for System F ω
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    Chapter 7 Jumping Boxes
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    Chapter 8 Tree-Width for First Order Formulae
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    Chapter 9 Algorithmic Analysis of Array-Accessing Programs
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    Chapter 10 Decidable Relationships between Consistency Notions for Constraint Satisfaction Problems
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    Chapter 11 Cardinality Quantifiers in MLO over Trees
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    Chapter 12 From Coinductive Proofs to Exact Real Arithmetic
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    Chapter 13 On the Relation between Sized-Types Based Termination and Semantic Labelling
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    Chapter 14 Expanding the Realm of Systematic Proof Theory
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    Chapter 15 EXPTIME Tableaux for the Coalgebraic μ -Calculus
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    Chapter 16 On the Word Problem for ${\it \Sigma\Pi}$ -Categories, and the Properties of Two-Way Communication
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    Chapter 17 Intersection, Universally Quantified, and Reference Types
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    Chapter 18 Linear Game Automata: Decidable Hierarchy Problems for Stripped-Down Alternating Tree Automata
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    Chapter 19 Enriching an Effect Calculus with Linear Types
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    Chapter 20 Degrees of Undecidability in Term Rewriting
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    Chapter 21 Upper Bounds on Stream I/O Using Semantic Interpretations
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    Chapter 22 Craig Interpolation for Linear Temporal Languages
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    Chapter 23 On Model Checking Boolean BI
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    Chapter 24 Efficient Type-Checking for Amortised Heap-Space Analysis
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    Chapter 25 Deciding the Inductive Validity of ∀ ∃  * Queries
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    Chapter 26 On the Parameterised Intractability of Monadic Second-Order Logic
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    Chapter 27 Automatic Structures of Bounded Degree Revisited
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    Chapter 28 Nondeterminism and Observable Sequentiality
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    Chapter 29 A Decidable Spatial Logic with Cone-Shaped Cardinal Directions
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    Chapter 30 Focalisation and Classical Realisability
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    Chapter 31 Decidable Extensions of Church’s Problem
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    Chapter 32 Nested Hoare Triples and Frame Rules for Higher-Order Store
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    Chapter 33 A Complete Characterization of Observational Equivalence in Polymorphic λ -Calculus with General References
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    Chapter 34 Non-Commutative First-Order Sequent Calculus
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    Chapter 35 Model Checking FO (R) over One-Counter Processes and beyond
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    Chapter 36 Confluence of Pure Differential Nets with Promotion
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    Chapter 37 Computer Science Logic
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    Chapter 38 On the Complexity of Branching-Time Logics
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    Chapter 39 Nominal Domain Theory for Concurrency
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    Chapter 40 The Ackermann Award 2009
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Computer Science Logic
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Lecture notes in computer science, January 2009
DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-04027-6
978-3-64-204026-9, 978-3-64-204027-6

Erich Grädel, Reinhard Kahle


Grädel, Erich, Kahle, Reinhard

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Professor > Associate Professor 1 33%
Unknown 2 67%
Readers by discipline Count As %
Computer Science 1 33%
Unknown 2 67%

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