A Completeness Theorem for Symmetric Product Phase Spaces

Journal of Symbolic Logic 69 (2):340 - 370 (2004)
In a previous work with Antonio Bucciarelli, we introduced indexed linear logic as a tool for studying and enlarging the denotational semantics of linear logic. In particular, we showed how to define new denotational models of linear logic using symmetric product phase models (truth-value models) of indexed linear logic. We present here a strict extension of indexed linear logic for which symmetric product phase spaces provide a complete semantics. We study the connection between this new system and indexed linear logic
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