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Title: An exercise on the generation of many-valued dynamic logics
Authors: Alexandre Castro Madeira
Renato Jorge Neves
Issue Date: 2016
Abstract: In the last decades, dynamic logics have been used in different domains as a suitable formalism to reason about and specify a wide range of systems. On the other hand, logics with many-valued semantics are emerging as an interesting tool to handle devices and scenarios where uncertainty is a prime concern. This paper contributes towards the combination of these two aspects through the development of a method for the systematic construction of many-valued dynamic logics. Technically, the method is parameterised by an action lattice that defines both the computational paradigm and the truth space (corresponding to the underlying Kleene algebra and residuated lattices, respectively).
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