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by László Pólos,M. Masuch

eBook Applied Logic: How, What and Why: Logical Approaches to Natural Language (Synthese Library) download ISBN: 0792334329
Author: László Pólos,M. Masuch
Publisher: Springer; 1995 edition (March 31, 1995)
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A selection of papers presented at the international conference & Logic: Logic at Work', held in Amsterdam in December 1992.

price for USA in USD (gross). A selection of papers presented at the international conference & Logic: Logic at Work', held in Amsterdam in December 1992. Nowadays, the term & logic' has a very wide meaning, as numerous applications of logical methods in computer science, formal linguistics and other fields testify. Such applications are by no means restricted to the use of known logical techniques: at its best, applied logic involves a back-and-forth dialogue between logical theory and the problem domain.

Information States in Situation Theory L. Polos, M. Masuch. Logic Finite Automata . Optimization of Deduction for Multi-Modal Logics O. Gasquet. Indexical Dynamics I. Lewin. Dynamic Aspect Trees J. Seligman, A. ter Meulen. Logic as a Foundation for a Cognitive Theory of Modality Assignment K. Stenning. Meeting a Modality? Restricted Permutation for the Lambek Calculus Y. Venema. Implicit and Explicit Definability in Modal and Temporal Logics L. Maksimova.

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Michael Masuch, Laszlo Polos.

book by Michael Masuch. A selection of papers presented at the international conference 'Applied Logic: Logic at Work', held in Amsterdam in December 1992. Nowadays, the term 'applied logic' has a very wide meaning, as numerous applications of logical methods in computer science, formal linguistics and other fields testify. Michael Masuch, Laszlo Polos.

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Published March 31, 1995 by Springer.

Nowadays, the term & logic' has a very wide meaning, as numerous applications of logical methods in computer science, formal linguistics and other fields testify

Nowadays, the term & logic' has a very wide meaning, as numerous applications of logical methods in computer science, formal linguistics and other fields testify View.

P?los; M. Masuch Название: Applied Logic: How, What and Why Издательство: Springer Классификация .

Описание: An introduction to modern formal logic, this book explores the philosophical roots of the subject, explaining how it deals with issues ranging from the existence of God and the reality of time, to paradoxes of probability and decision theory. Each chapter takes some philosophical problem, and explains how it may be handled in modern logic.

A selection of papers presented at the international conference `Applied Logic: Logic at Work', held in Amsterdam in December 1992. Nowadays, the term `applied logic' has a very wide meaning, as numerous applications of logical methods in computer science, formal linguistics and other fields testify. Such applications are by no means restricted to the use of known logical techniques: at its best, applied logic involves a back-and-forth dialogue between logical theory and the problem domain. The papers focus on the application of logic to the study of natural language, in syntax, semantics and pragmatics, and the effect of these studies on the development of logic. In the last decade, the dynamic nature of natural language has been the most interesting challenge for logicians. Dynamic semantics is here applied to new topics, the dynamic approach is extended to syntax, and several methodological issues in dynamic semantics are systematically investigated. Other methodological issues in the formal studies of natural language are discussed, such as the need for types, modal operators and other logical operators in the formal framework. Further articles address the scope of these methodological issues from other perspectives ranging from cognition to computation. The volume presents papers that are interesting for graduate students and researchers in the field of logic, philosophy of language, formal semantics and pragmatics, and computational linguistics.