David Bourget (Western Ontario)
David Chalmers (ANU, NYU)
Rafael De Clercq
Jack Alan Reynolds
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We de ne an executable process interpretation for dynamic rst order logic and show that it is a faithful approximation of a dynamic interpre tation procedure for rst order formulas familiar from natural language semantics extended with constructs for bounded choice and bounded it eration This new interpretation of extended dynamic FOL is inspired by an executable interpretation for standard FOL proposed by Apt and Bezem The relation to the Apt Bezem style execution process and the advantages of taking dynamic FOL rather than standard FOL as one s point of reference are discussed at some length Our results relate computational interpretation of FOL to a research tra dition from natural language semantics We discuss some example pro grams in Dynamo a simple language for dynamic logic programming based on the executable process interpretation for dynamic FOL..
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