Extended quantum logic

Journal of Philosophical Logic 32 (5):549-563 (2003)
Abstract
The concept of quantum logic is extended so that it covers a more general set of propositions that involve non-trivial probabilities. This structure is shown to be embedded into a multi-modal framework, which has desirable logical properties such as an axiomatization, the finite model property and decidability
Keywords Kripke semantics  modal logic  quantum logic
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