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The Modal Logic of Inequality
 J. Symbolic Logic
, 1992
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Hybrid Logics
"... This chapter provides a modern overview of the field of hybrid logic. Hybrid logics are extensions of standard modal logics, involving symbols that name individual states in models. The first results that are nowadays considered as part of the field date back to the early work of Arthur ..."
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This chapter provides a modern overview of the field of hybrid logic. Hybrid logics are extensions of standard modal logics, involving symbols that name individual states in models. The first results that are nowadays considered as part of the field date back to the early work of Arthur
A Calculus of Transition Systems (towards Universal Coalgebra)
 In Alban Ponse, Maarten de Rijke, and Yde Venema, editors, Modal Logic and Process Algebra, CSLI Lecture Notes No
, 1995
"... By representing transition systems as coalgebras, the three main ingredients of their theory: coalgebra, homomorphism, and bisimulation, can be seen to be in a precise correspondence to the basic notions of universal algebra: \Sigmaalgebra, homomorphism, and substitutive relation (or congruence). ..."
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By representing transition systems as coalgebras, the three main ingredients of their theory: coalgebra, homomorphism, and bisimulation, can be seen to be in a precise correspondence to the basic notions of universal algebra: \Sigmaalgebra, homomorphism, and substitutive relation (or congruence). In this paper, some standard results from universal algebra (such as the three isomorphism theorems and facts on the lattices of subalgebras and congruences) are reformulated (using the afore mentioned correspondence) and proved for transition systems. AMS Subject Classification (1991): 68Q10, 68Q55 CR Subject Classification (1991): D.3.1, F.1.2, F.3.2 Keywords & Phrases: Transition system, bisimulation, universal coalgebra, universal algebra, congruence, homomorphism. Note: This paper will appear in `Modal Logic and Process Algebra', edited by Ponse, De Rijke and Venema [PRV95]. 2 Table of Contents 1 Introduction : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : ...
Cutfree Display Calculi for Nominal Tense Logics
 Conference on Tableaux Calculi and Related Methods (TABLEAUX
, 1998
"... . We define cutfree display calculi for nominal tense logics extending the minimal nominal tense logic (MNTL) by addition of primitive axioms. To do so, we use a translation of MNTL into the minimal tense logic of inequality (MTL 6= ) which is known to be properly displayable by application of Krac ..."
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. We define cutfree display calculi for nominal tense logics extending the minimal nominal tense logic (MNTL) by addition of primitive axioms. To do so, we use a translation of MNTL into the minimal tense logic of inequality (MTL 6= ) which is known to be properly displayable by application of Kracht's results. The rules of the display calculus ffiMNTL for MNTL mimic those of the display calculus ffiMTL 6= for MTL 6= . Since ffiMNTL does not satisfy Belnap's condition (C8), we extend Wansing's strong normalisation theorem to get a similar theorem for any extension of ffiMNTL by addition of structural rules satisfying Belnap's conditions (C2)(C7). Finally, we show a weak Sahlqviststyle theorem for extensions of MNTL, and by Kracht's techniques, deduce that these Sahlqvist extensions of ffiMNTL also admit cutfree display calculi. 1 Introduction Background: The addition of names (also called nominals) to modal logics has been investigated recently with different motivations; see...
Modal Logic: A Semantic Perspective
 ETHICS
, 1988
"... This chapter introduces modal logic as a tool for talking about graphs, or to use more traditional terminology, as a tool for talking about Kripke models and frames. We want the reader to gain an intuitive appreciation of this perspective, and a firm grasp of the key technical ideas (such as bisimul ..."
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This chapter introduces modal logic as a tool for talking about graphs, or to use more traditional terminology, as a tool for talking about Kripke models and frames. We want the reader to gain an intuitive appreciation of this perspective, and a firm grasp of the key technical ideas (such as bisimulations) which underly it. We introduce the syntax and semantics of basic modal logic, discuss its expressivity at the level of models, examine its computational properties, and then consider what it can say at the level of frames. We then move beyond the basic modal language, examine the kinds of expressivity offered by a number of richer modal logics, and try to pin down what it is that makes them all ‘modal’. We conclude by discussing an example which brings many of the ideas we discuss into play: games.
Display Calculi for Logics with Relative Accessibility Relations
, 1998
"... We define cutfree display calculi for knowledge logics where an indiscernibility relation is associated to each set of agents, and where agents decide the membership of objects using this indiscernibility relation. To do so, we first translate the knowledge logics into polymodal logics axiomatised ..."
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We define cutfree display calculi for knowledge logics where an indiscernibility relation is associated to each set of agents, and where agents decide the membership of objects using this indiscernibility relation. To do so, we first translate the knowledge logics into polymodal logics axiomatised by primitive axioms and then use Kracht's results on properly displayable logics to define the display calculi. Apart from these technical results, we argue that Display Logic is a natural framework to define cutfree calculi for many other logics with relative accessibility relations. This paper has not been submitted elsewhere in identical or similar form Visit to A.R.P. supported by an Australian Research Council International Fellowship. y Supported by an Australian Research Council Queen Elizabeth II Fellowship. 1 Introduction Background. Formal logic has been used by various authors to analyse and reason about knowledge. The possibleworlds semantics for knowledge logics initia...
What is the Coalgebraic Analogue of Birkhoff's Variety Theorem?
 THEORETICAL COMPUTER SCIENCE
, 2000
"... Logical definability is investigated for certain classes of coalgebras related to statetransition systems, hidden algebras and Kripke models. The filter enlargement of a coalgebra A is introduced as a new coalgebra A + whose states are special "observationally rich" filters on the state s ..."
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Logical definability is investigated for certain classes of coalgebras related to statetransition systems, hidden algebras and Kripke models. The filter enlargement of a coalgebra A is introduced as a new coalgebra A + whose states are special "observationally rich" filters on the state set of A. The ultrafilter enlargement is the subcoalgebra A of A + whose states are ultrafilters. Boolean combinations of equations between terms of observable (or output) type are identified as a natural class of formulas for specifying properties of coalgebras. These observable formulas are permitted to have a single state variable, and form a language in which modalities describing the effects of state transitions are implicitly present. A and A + validate the same observable formulas. It is shown that a class of coalgebras is de nable by observable formulas iff the class is closed under disjoint unions, images of bisimulations, and (ultra) lter enlargements. (Closure under images of bisimulations is equivalent to closure under images and domains of coalgebraic morphisms.) Moreover, every set of observable formulas has the same models as some set of conditional equations. Examples are
Informational representability of models for information logics (Extended Abstract)
, 1996
"... this paper we consider modeling of orthogonality that is related to representation of incomplete information [Or/lo94]. Both the information relations from the indiscernibility group and the orthogonality group are relative to subsets of attributes. Information logics enable us to represent both ext ..."
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this paper we consider modeling of orthogonality that is related to representation of incomplete information [Or/lo94]. Both the information relations from the indiscernibility group and the orthogonality group are relative to subsets of attributes. Information logics enable us to represent both extensions and intensions of concepts, and moreover they exhibit a relevant type of incompleteness of information from which the extensions and the intensions are derived. There are two kinds of semantical structures for information logics: general (or abstract) models and standard models. General models are based on Kripke frames that, however, differ from the usual ones in that their accessibility relations are relative to subsets of a set. This set is intuitively interpreted as the set of attributes that are relevant for the objects from the universe of the frame [Or/lo88a, Bal96]. The relations are assumed to satisfy various properties, for example indiscernibility relations are equivalence relations, (right) orthogonality relations are the relations whose complements are tolerances, etc. Standard models are based on frames derived from information systems. In these frames the accessibility relations are defined explicitly in terms of the attributes from these systems. Hence, the standard frames are the 'concrete' structures derived directly from data that describe an application domain. A broad family of abstract and standard information frames is presented in [Vak89, Vak91b, Vak91a, Vak96, Or/lo85, Or/lo95]. The purpose of this paper is to elaborate a formal framework for expressing and proving informational representability of abstract frames. Let a similarity relation B in a class