A survey of propositional realizability logic

Bulletin of Symbolic Logic 15 (1):1-42 (2009)
The study of propositional realizability logic was initiated in the 50th of the last century. Some interesting results were obtained in the 60-70th. but many important problems in this area are still open. Now interest to these problems from new generation of researchers is observed. This survey contains an exposition of the results on propositional realizability logic and corresponding techniques. Thus reading this paper can be the start point in exploring and development of constructive logic
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DOI 10.2178/bsl/1231081768
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