Free Algebras Corresponding to Multiplicative Classical Linear Logic and Some of Its Extensions

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In this paper, constructions of free algebras corresponding to multiplicative classical linear logic, its affine variant, and their extensions with -contraction () are given. As an application, the cardinality problem of some one-variable linear fragments with -contraction is solved
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