Archive for Mathematical Logic 43 (4):557-563 (2004)

Abstract
A propositional logic is defined which in addition to propositional language contains a list of probabilistic operators of the form P ≥s (with the intended meaning ‘‘the probability is at least s’’). The axioms and rules syntactically determine that ranges of probabilities in the corresponding models are always finite. The completeness theorem is proved. It is shown that completeness cannot be generalized to arbitrary theories
Keywords Probabilistic logic  Finite ranges of probabilities  Completeness
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DOI 10.1007/s00153-004-0217-3
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