Proceedings of the 7th & 8th Asian Logic Conferences

Proceedings of the 7th & 8th Asian Logic Conferences

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The 7th and the 8th Asian Logic Conferences belong to the series of logic conferences inaugurated in Singapore in 1981. This meeting is held once every three years and rotates among countries in the Asia-Pacific region, with interests in the broad area of logic, including theoretical computer science. It is now considered a major conference in this field and is regularly sponsored by the Association for Symbolic Logic.This book contains papers OCo many of them surveys by leading experts OCo of both the 7th meeting (in Hsi-Tou, Taiwan) and the 8th (in Chongqing, China). The volume planned for the 7th meeting was interrupted by the earthquake in Taiwan and the decision was made to combine the two proceedings. The 8th conference is also the ICM2002 Satellite Conference on Mathematical Logic.qHsi-Tou, Taiwan, 6-10 June 1999, Chongqing, China, 29 August-2 September 2002 Rod Downey Mariko Yasugi, Decheng Ding, Ting Shih Ping, Qiu Yu Hui ... for the diagram to commute. x), implying that c is the value o a)($[/(x)), as required Here |a| is the identity functor Id, so the ... Moreover, if F is rich, then so is Fp. For, given a ground observable term TV : o, consider the term TV[Mp/s] : o, where Mp anbsp;...

Title:Proceedings of the 7th & 8th Asian Logic Conferences
Author:Rod Downey
Publisher:World Scientific - 2003


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