Propositional Logic of Imperfect Information: Foundations and Applications

Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic 42 (4):193-210 (2001)
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I will show that the semantic structure of a new imperfect-information propositional logic can be described in terms of extensive forms of semantic games. I will discuss some ensuing properties of these games such as imperfect recall, informational consistency, and team playing. Finally, I will suggest a couple of applications that arise in physics, and most notably in quantum theory and quantum logics
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