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Published
**August 1989** by John Wiley & Sons Inc .

Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Contributions | Paul Gochet (Contributor), Andre Thayse (Editor) |

The Physical Object | |
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Number of Pages | 402 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL7631037M |

ISBN 10 | 0471923451 |

ISBN 10 | 9780471923459 |

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Advances the study of artificial intelligence concepts and applications using logic as a guideline. Examines such topics as natural and formal languages; modal logic; temporal logic and specification of concurrent programs; theory of relational and deductive databases; intensional logic and Montague's Semantics; representation of incomplete information in databases and Cited by: 2.

From Modal Logic to Deductive Databases book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Advances the study of artificial intelligence conc 4/5(1).

FROM MODAL LOGIC TO DEDUCTIVE DATABASES: INTRODUCING From Modal Logic to Deductive Databases book LOGIC BASED APPROACH TO ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE By Eric Grégoire, Pascal Gribomont, Guy Hulin, Alain Pirotte, Dominique Roelants, Dominique Snyers, André Thayse, Marc Vauclair, Pierre Wolper **Mint Condition**.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxiv, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm: Contents: Knowledge representation; natural and formal languages; modal logic; intensional logic and Montague's semantics; temporal logic and specification of concurrent programs; revisable reasoning; theory of relational and deductive databases; representation.

Abstract. We present a query language called MDatalog, which is an extension of Datalog for multimodal deductive databases. We define modal relational algebras and give the seminaive evaluation algorithm and the magic-set transformation for MDatalog by: 6. ‘This book From Modal Logic to Deductive Databases book undoubtedly going to be the definitive book on modal logic for years to come.’ M.

Vardi - Rice University ‘ will take you from ground level to one of the best vista points on modal logic Cited by: This book is an ideal introduction to modal logic, and also serves as a good reference book.

It takes the reader from the basic notions to a comprehensive study of modern modal logics. The text is well written, and requires just some prior experience of first-order logic, its semantics, and basic set theory. This is not a book of modal logic for philosophers. It is a book of modal logic for mathematicians.

When I purchased the book, I thought it was going to be about how modal logic is used to solve philosophical problems. What it is is a book about how to do modal logic. There are three levels involved with modal by: Logic programming and deductive databases.

In logic programming languages such as Prolog and deductive databases, a program is defined by a sequence of clauses. The evaluation of such programs may proceed in either a top-down fashion, similar in operation to tableau-based provers, or in a bottom-up fashion, which is similar to saturation.

A deductive database is a database system that can make deductions (i.e. conclude additional facts) based on rules and facts stored in the (deductive) database.

Datalog is the language typically used to specify facts, rules and queries in deductive databases. Deductive databases have grown out of the desire to combine logic programming with relational databases to Common models: Flat, Hierarchical, Dimensional.

Foundations of Modal Deductive Databases Linh Anh Nguyeny Institute of Informatics, University of Warsaw ul. Banacha 2, Warsaw. Foundations of Modal Deductive Databases. as a reference book for researchers or as a textbook for a graduate course on the theoretical aspects of logic programming and deductive database Author: Linh Anh Nguyen.

From the book (p. 18): If Lα is called (where α is a wff of modal logic), raise your hand if every player you can see raised his or her hand when α was called; otherwise keep your hand down.

If Mα is called raise your hand if at least one of the players you can see raised his or her hand when α was called; otherwise keep your hand down. From Standard Logic to Logic Programming, Wiley.

Thayse et al., From Modal Logic to Deductive Databases, Wiley. Thayse et al., From Natural Language Processing to Logic for Expert Systems, Wiley. Details of Assessment The coursework for the continuous assessment consists of three worksheets: 1.

Truth-functionality and modal logic Systems of modal logic A tableau system for S4 One use for modal logic in programming Tableaux for Intuitionistic Logic Further Study Introduction Connection method LCF Temporal and dynamic logics Intuitionistic logic In this section we briefly discuss some language issues relevant to deductive databases.

For more details, the reader is referred to Lloyd (). The deductive database field has had close links with the logic programming community, and much of the development of deductive database systems has centered.

The evaluation method proposed in [20] is based on building a least L-model for a modal deductive database, where L is the base modal logic.

It Author: LA Nguyen. A new S4 classical modal logic in natural deduction Medeiros, Maria da Paz N., Journal of Symbolic Logic, ; Natural Deduction Based upon Strict Implication for Normal Modal Logics Cerrato, Claudio, Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic, ; A natural deduction system for modal by: This book consists of articles from Wikia.

Pages: Chapters: Inductive deductive reasoning, Logic, Logical fallacies, Inference, Transitive inference, Abductive. Abstract. Name reactions are reaction schemes that are used to plan chemical syntheses. We present the deductive database application DedChem that computes a synthesis tree for chemical substances from name reactions stored in a database using nonlinear recursive deduction rules.

At present DedChem is implemented in Prolog. A coupling of external relational databases Cited by: 1. Article type: Research Article Authors: Nguyen, Linh Anh Affiliations: Institute of Informatics, University of Warsaw, Banacha 2, Warszawa, Poland.

E-mail: [email protected] Keywords: modal logics, deductive databases, modal logic programming, relational algebra, seminaive evaluation, query-subquery evaluation, magic-set transformation, data Cited by: 8. programs, databases, etc. Methods of formal logic can likewise be used to establish consequences of such descriptions, such as whether a circuit is error-free, whether a program does what it’s intended to do, whether a database is consistent or if something is true of the data in it.

The book is divided into nine parts. PartIintroduces theFile Size: 1MB. A deductive database is a database system that can make conclusions about its data based on a set of well-defined rules and facts. This type of database was developed to combine logic programming with relational database management y, the language used to define the rules and facts is the logical programming language Datalog.

Logic and natural language" (with André Thayse) and "Semantics", From Modal Logic to Deductive Databases. Introducing a Logic Based Approach to Artificial Introducing a Logic Based Approach to Artificial. Keywords: Databases; Relational databases; Formalism; Modal logic 1.

Motivation It is sometimes desirable to derive properties of a given set of tuples from a relation. As an exam- ple, consider a scenario within a company where a set of employees have been found to achieve the per- formance target set by their by: 1.

Deductive databases and object-oriented databases are at the forefront of research in next-generation intelligent database systems. Object-oriented programming and design methodologies have great potential, promising to reduce the complexity of very large software systems in such domains as computer-aided design and manufacturing, integrated Book Edition: 1.

“ Deduction is the best logic textbook on the market. It is modern, clean, elegant, sharp, and direct. It is a perfect accompaniment to the most recent developments in philosophy and logic; in every sense the logic textbook for the twenty-first century.” — Rick Benitez, University of Sydney.

Other studies demonstrate that the semantics of deductive databases can be implemented in the spiking neural P systems model, allowing the integration of symbolic reasoning systems based on logic and connectionist systems based on the functioning of living neurons [Diaz-Pernil, ].

1 Introduction Relational DB’s and Classical Logic Classical Many-Sorted First-order Logic: A foundation for Relational Databases. •It can express: Data, Schema, Queries and Constraints. Raul Hakli & Sara Negri, Does the deduction theorem fail for modal logic (), for a detailed discussion of the Deduction Th in modal logic.

See in particular page 6 for a discussion about an: argument for the failure of the deduction theorem [ ] based on Kripke semantics. I've seen books like introductions to modal logic or set theory and I've seen people recommend Computability and logic by George boolos, but I don't know which of these books is best to pick up or whether they are too advanced for me (I only have a high school level of math knowledge).

Thank you very much in advance:). Model used for deductive databases is closely related to the relational model, and particularly to the domain relational calculus formalism. 5 Deductive Databases Terminology (contd) Deductive databases is also related to the field of logic programming and the Prolog language.

Deductive database work based on logic has used Prolog as a starting. Selected publications in logic "Contributions à Philippe Smets et al.

(eds.)", Non-Standard Logics for Automated Reasoning, London, Academic Press, "Intensional Logic and natural language" (with André Thayse) and "Semantics", From Modal Logic to Deductive Databases.

full coverage of quantified modal logic, non-rigid designators, definite descriptions, and the de-re de-dicto distinction.

Discussion of philosophical issues concerning the development of modal logic is woven into the text. The book uses natural deduction systems, which are widely regarded as the easiest to teach and use. This book consists of two parts, -- the Deductive and the Inductive Logic. The former treats of the general nature of our thought processes as well as the fundamental principles and practice of deduction, and is now published for the first time.

The latter is my Inductive Logic which was published innow revised and incorporated in this. The real problem is to establish rules of induction, just as Aristotle established rules of deduction.

Mathematics and Logic With the development of symbolic logic by George Boole and Augustus De Morgan in the 19th cent., logic has been studied in more purely mathematical terms, and mathematical symbols have replaced ordinary language. This long-awaited book replaces Hughes and Cresswell's two classic studies of modal logic: An Introduction to Modal Logic and A Companion to Modal Logic.

A New Introduction to Modal Logic is an entirely new work, completely re-written by the authors. They have incorporated all the new developments that have taken place since in both modal propositional logic and modal predicate logic 4/5(1).

As indicators of where the student could go next with logic, the book closes with an overview of advanced topics, such as the axiomatic method, set theory, Peano arithmetic, and modal logic. Throughout, the text uses brief, concise chapters that readers will Author: Zach Claybaugh. REVEALING MODAL STATUS AND MODAL RELATIONS Modal status Modal relations Deductive validity 5.

ADVANCED TRUTH-TABLE TECHNIQUES Corrected truth-tables Reduced truth-tables 6. THE CONCEPT OF FORM Sentences and sentential forms in a logic The relationship between sentences and sentence-forms 7. The book's main innovation is its final part, which contains chapters on extensions and revisions of classical logic: modal logic, many-valued logic, fuzzy logic, intuitionistic logic, counterfactuals, deontic logic, common-sense reasoning, and quantified modal logic.

These have been areas of great logical and philosophical interest over the Author: Bonevac. Modal logic, developed as an extension of classical propositional logic and first-order quantification theory, integrates the notions of possibility and necessity and necessary implication.

Arguments whose understanding depends on some fundamental knowledge of modal logic have always been important in philosophy of religion, metaphysics, and /5.which are needed are proved in this book. Knowledge of basic logic—propositional logic, predicate logic—as well as basic mathematics will of course be very helpful.

The book treats modal logic as a theory, with several subtheories, such as complete-ness theory, correspondence theory, duality theory and transfer theory. Thus, the.Modal Logic for Open Minds, CSLI Publications. In addition, the following books and survey articles are recommended (the relevant excerpts will be made available in class): Patrick Blackburn, Maarten de Rijke and Yde Venema ().

Modal Logic, Cambridge University Press. Patrick Blackburn and Johan van Benthem ().