A Programming Road to Logic, Maths, Language, and Philosophy : A Tribute to Jan van Eijck on the Occasion of His Retirement (2017)

Reinhard Muskens
University of Amsterdam
A short description of a toy theorem prover for 16-valued trilattice logics. Written for the occasion of my friend's Jan van Eijck's retirement. With a link to a swish interface to the prolog prover.
Keywords 16-valued logics  theorem prover  prolog
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