Computer Science Logic
10th International Workshop, CSL '96 Annual Conference of the EACSL Utrecht, The Netherlands, September 21–27, 1996 Selected Papers
Dalen, Dirk van.
editor.
Bezem, Marc.
editor.
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This book constitutes the strictly refereed post-workshop proceedings of the 10th International Workshop on Computer Science Logic, CSL'96, held as the 5th Annual Conference of the European Association of Computer Science Logic (EACSL), in Utrecht, The Netherlands, in September 1996. The volume presents 26 revised full papers selected from a total of initially 75 papers submitted; also included are two refereed invited contributions. The volume addresses all current issues in the area of computer science logic research, and is thus a unique record of recent progress in the area.
Four-valued diagnoses for stratified knowledge-bases -- Fast cut-elimination by projection -- On the subject reduction property for algebraic type systems -- Presheaf models for concurrency -- Directed virtual reductions -- Bounded-variable fixpoint queries are PSPACE-complete -- Graph rewriting semantics for functional programming languages -- An extension of models of Axiomatic Domain Theory to models of Synthetic Domain Theory -- Relative undecidability in term rewriting -- Extending models of second order predicate logic to models of second order dependent type theory -- Eta-expansions in F ? -- Cut-free display calculi for relation algebras -- Computational aspects of arity hierarchies -- Weak semantics based on lighted button pressing experiments -- Kleene algebra with tests: Completeness and decidability -- Monadic NP and built-in trees -- Coercive subtyping in type theory -- Proofs in system F ? can be done in system F ? 1 -- Optimization problems with approximation schemes -- Computational representations of herbrand models using grammars -- Exact pairs for abstract bounded reducibilities -- The logic of explicitly presentation-invariant circuits -- Social confluence in client-server systems -- A type-free resource-aware ?-calculus -- Inductive definitions with decidable atomic formulas -- Call-by-Value, call-by-name and the logic of values -- On Cartesian monoids -- New intuitionistic logical constants: Undecidability of the conservativeness problem.
edited by Dirk van Dalen, Marc Bezem.
Computer science
Architecture, Computer
Computers
Computer logic
Mathematical logic
Artificial intelligence
Computer Science
Computer System Implementation
Theory of Computation
Mathematical Logic and Formal Languages
Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics)
Logics and Meanings of Programs
QA76.9.A73
QA76.9.S88
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