In the previously mentioned logical type - theories it is usually i - terms that are used , not combinatory terms . > > Remark 8. 11 . Strong reduction of typed combinatory terms can be defined by adding to Definition 8.
Author: J. R. Hindley
Publisher: CUP Archive
These notes present some of the basic techniques and results in the subject of combinatory logic. This subject will first be treated with an introduction via lambda-conversion. Chapter two is an introduction to combinators. Chapters three and four will deal with recursive functions. Chapters five, six, and seven deal with extensional theory of combinators. Chapters nine and ten deal with combinator-based systems of logic . Chapters eight and eleven deal with proof-theoretic application.
Logic Journal of IGPL, 9: 525–539, 2001. 15. Katalin Bimb ́o. The Church-Rosser property in dual combinatory logic. Journal of Symbolic Logic, 68:132–152, 2003. 16. Katalin Bimb ́o. Semantics for dual and symmetric combinatory calculi.
Author: Katalin Bimbo
Publisher: CRC Press
Combinatory logic is one of the most versatile areas within logic that is tied to parts of philosophical, mathematical, and computational logic. Functioning as a comprehensive source for current developments of combinatory logic, this book is the only one of its kind to cover results of the last four decades. Using a reader-friendly style, the auth
Questions and Problems from Combinatory Logic Despite the intimidating name , combinatory logic , you need know very little about the field to attack interesting , tough open questions . This section will offer such questions and supply ...
Author: Larry Wos
Publisher: World Scientific
This book shows you - through examples and puzzles and intriguing questions - how to make your computer reason logically. The automation of reasoning has advanced markedly in the past few decades, and this book discusses some of the remarkable successes that automated reasoning programs have had in tackling challenging problems in mathematics, logic, program verification, and circuit design. Because the intended audience includes students and teachers, the book provides many exercises as well as tutorial chapters that introduce readers to the field of logic and to automated reasoning in general. For more advanced researchers, the book presents challenging questions, many of which are still unanswered.
COMBINATOR'S AND DEEP STRUCTURE Syntactic and Semantic Functions 1. INTRODUCTION Combinatory logic is of interest for linguistics in several ways. Its usefulness in syntactic studies was urged before the development of transformational ...
Author: R. Bogdan
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
The Fourth International Congress for Logic, Methodology, and Philos ophy of Science was held in Bucharest, Romania, on August 29-September 4, 1971. The Congress was organized, under the auspices of the Inter national Union for History and Philosophy of Science, Division of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science, by the Academy of the Socialist Republic of Romania, the Academy of Social and Political Sciences of the Socialist Republic of Romania, and the Ministry of Education of Romania. With more than eight hundred participating scholars from thirty-four countries, the Congress was one of the major scientific events of the year 1971. The dedicated efforts of the organizers, the rich and carefully planned program, and the warm and friendly atmosphere contributed to making the Congress a successful and fruitful forum of exchange of scientific ideas. The work of the Congress consisted of invited one hour and half-hour addresses, symposia, and contributed papers. The proceedings were organized into twelve sections of Mathematical Logic, Foundations of Mathematical Theories, Automata and Programming Languages, Philos ophy of Logic and Mathematics, General Problems of Methodology and Philosophy of Science, Foundations of Probability and Induction, Methodology and Philosophy of Physical Sciences, Methodology and Philosophy of Biological Sciences, Methodology and Philosophy of Psychological Sciences, Methodology and Philosophy of Historical and Social Sciences, Methodology and Philosophy of Linguistics, and History of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science.
Third feature : combinatory logic is not exactly an alternative logic but rather a fundamental logical system , used to define , to analyse , and to com- pare , in the same formal framework , other logical systems , as well as classical ...
Author: Paul Weingartner
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
The contributions collected here address the question of whether the usage of logic in the sciences requires a deviation from classical mathematical logic. The monograph provides a succinct picture of recent research in alternative logics as they have been developed for applications in the sciences.
Definition 7 ( Type assignment axioms of Subdirectional Combinatory Logic ) . The typing of directional combinators which instantiates one of the following schema is an axiom of Subdirectional Combinatory Logic .
Author: Takashi Onoda
This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-proceedings of four workshops held as satellite events of the JSAI International Symposia on Artificial Intelligence 2010, in Tokyo, Japan, in November 2010. The 28 revised full papers with four papers for the following four workshops presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 70 papers. The papers are organized in sections Logic and Engineering of Natural Language Semantics (LENLS), Juris-Informatics (JURISIN), Advanced Methodologies for Bayesian Networks (AMBN), and Innovating Service Systems (ISS).
But the third stage, where we treat entities involving infinitely many steps as existents, does not enter into combinatory logic at all, at least in its foundations. This third stage of abstraction characterizes nonconstructive ...
Author: Mario Bunge
This collection of essays, written on four continents by scientists, philosophers and humanists, was initially presented to Karl R. Popper on his sixtieth birthday as a token of critical admiration and in recognition of his work. But the volume also stands on its own as a remarkable series of statements utilizing Popper's critical vision in the study of philosophy proper, logic, mathematics, science as method and theory, and finally to the study of society and history. What is remarkable is that Popper worked in all of these areas, not in a cursory or discursive way, but with the utmost clarity and rigor. . The core position of this volume and its contributors is that the progress of knowledge is not a linear accumulation of definitive acquisitions but a zigzagging process in which counterexamples and unfavorable evidence ruin generalizations and prompt the invention of more comprehensive and sometimes deeper generalizations, to be criticized in their turn. A critical approach to problems, procedures, and results in every field of inquiry is therefore a necessary condition for the continuance of progress. The title of this volume then is, in a sense, an homage to Popper's critical rationalism and critical empiricism. The essays are a tribute to his unceasing and uncompromising quest, not for final certainty, but for closer truth and increased clarity. Among the contributors are outstanding figures in philosophy and the exact sciences in their own right, including Herbert Feigl, R. M. Hare, J.O. Wisdom, Nicholas Rescher, David Bohm, Paul K. Feyerabend, F. A. Hayek, and Adolf Grunbaum. Social science contributions include Hans Albert on social science and moral philosophy, W. B. Gallie, on the critical philosophy of history, Pieter Geyl on The Open Society and its Enemies, and George H. Nadel on the philosophy of History.