Phase semantics for a pure noncommutative linear propositional logic
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We use a many-sorted language to remove commutativity from phase semantics of linear logic and show that pure noncommutative intuitionistic linear propositional logic plus two classical rules enjoys the soundness and completeness with respect to completely noncommutative phase semantics.
Keywordslinear logic phase semantics noncommutativity
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