Graduate studies at Western
Synthese 177 (1):77-96 (2010)
|Abstract||Computer software is written in languages like C, Java or Haskell. In many cases social software is expressed in natural language. The paper explores connections between the areas of natural language analysis and analysis of social protocols, and proposes an extended program for natural language semantics, where the goals of natural language communication are derived from the demands of specific social protocols|
|Keywords||Protocol analysis Natural language analysis Epistemic logic Dynamic logic|
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