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Comparing the Different Generalisations of the Sequent Calculus

  • Francesca PoggiolesiEmail author
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Part of the Trends in Logic book series (TREN, volume 32)

Abstract

We have thus introduced the main generalisations of the sequent calculus for modal propositional logic. Their analysis may be further developed, in particular from the perspective of deepening our understanding of the links between these generalisations. Wansing [147, p. 171] stresses the importance of this issue:

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT BRUSSEL CLWF/LWBrusselsBelgium

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