The k-variable property is stronger than h-dimension K

Journal of Philosophical Logic 26 (1):81-101 (1997)
We study the notion of H-dimension and the formally stronger k-variable property, as considered by Gabbay, Immerman and Kozen. We exhibit a class of flows of time that has H-dimension 3, and admits a finite expressively complete set of onedimensional temporal connectives, but does not have the k-variable property for any finite k
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DOI 10.1023/A:1017951631048
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