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# Structures in Logic and Computer Science

The book summarises contemporary knowledge about the theory of atomic and molecular clusters. New results are discussed on a high theoretical level. Access to this field of research is given by an explanation of the various subjects in introductory chapters.
# Handbook of Logic in Computer Science Volume 5 Algebraic and Logical Structures

This handbook volume covers fundamental topics of semantics in logic and computation. The chapters (some monographic in length), were written following years of co-ordination and follow a thematic point of view. The volume brings the reader up to front line research, and is indispensable to any serious worker in the areas.
# Ewa Or owska on Relational Methods in Logic and Computer Science

This book is a tribute to Professor Ewa Orłowska, a Polish logician who was celebrating the 60th year of her scientific career in 2017. It offers a collection of contributed papers by different authors and covers the most important areas of her research. Prof. Orłowska made significant contributions to many fields of logic, such as proof theory, algebraic methods in logic and knowledge representation, and her work has been published in 3 monographs and over 100 articles in internationally acclaimed journals and conference proceedings. The book also includes Prof. Orłowska’s autobiography, bibliography and a trialogue between her and the editors of the volume, as well as contributors' biographical notes, and is suitable for scholars and students of logic who are interested in understanding more about Prof. Orłowska’s work.
# Logic from Computer Science

The volume is the outgrowth of a workshop with the same title held at MSRI in the week of November 13-17, 1989, and for those who did not get it, Logic from Computer Science is the converse of Logic in Computer Science, the full name of the highly successful annual LICS conferences. We meant to have a conference which would bring together the LICS commu nity with some of the more traditional "mathematical logicians" and where the emphasis would be on the flow of ideas from computer science to logic rather than the other way around. In a LICS talk, sometimes, the speaker presents a perfectly good theorem about (say) the A-calculus or finite model theory in terms of its potential applications rather than its (often more ob vious) intrinsic, foundational interest and intricate proof. This is not meant to be a criticism; the LICS meetings are, after all, organized by the IEEE Computer Society. We thought, for once, it would be fun to see what we would get if we asked the speakers to emphasize the relevance of their work for logic rather than computer science and to point out what is involved in the proofs. I think, mostly, it worked. In any case, the group of people represented as broad a selection of logicians as I have seen in recent years, and the quality of the talks was (in my view) exceptionally, unusually high. I learned a lot and (I think) others did too.
# Computer Science Logic

The Annual Conference of the European Association for Computer Science Logic (EACSL), CSL 2005, was held at the University of Oxford on 22 –25 August 2005.
# Computer Science Logic

This volume constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 24th International Workshop on Computer Science Logic, CSL 2010, held in Brno, Czech Republic, in August 2010. The 33 full papers presented together with 7 invited talks, were carefully reviewed and selected from 103 submissions. Topics covered include automated deduction and interactive theorem proving, constructive mathematics and type theory, equational logic and term rewriting, automata and games, modal and temporal logic, model checking, decision procedures, logical aspects of computational complexity, finite model theory, computational proof theory, logic programming and constraints, lambda calculus and combinatory logic, categorical logic and topological semantics, domain theory, database theory, specification, extraction and transformation of programs, logical foundations of programming paradigms, verification and program analysis, linear logic, higher-order logic, and nonmonotonic reasoning.
# Logical Foundations of Computer Science

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the International Symposium on Logical Foundations of Computer Science, LFCS 2022, held in Deerfield Beach, FL, USA, in January 2022. The 23 revised full papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 35 submissions. The scope of the Symposium is broad and includes constructive mathematics and type theory; homotopy type theory; logic, automata, and automatic structures; computability and randomness; logical foundations of programming; logical aspects of computational complexity; parameterized complexity; logic programming and constraints; automated deduction and interactive theorem proving; logical methods in protocol and program verification; logical methods in program specification and extraction; domain theory logics; logical foundations of database theory; equational logic and term rewriting; lambda and combinatory calculi; categorical logic and topological semantics; linear logic; epistemic and temporal logics; intelligent and multiple-agent system logics; logics of proof and justification; non-monotonic reasoning; logic in game theory and social software; logic of hybrid systems; distributed system logics; mathematical fuzzy logic; system design logics; other logics in computer science.
# Logic and Algebraic Structures in Quantum Computing

Experts in the field explore the connections across physics, quantum logic, and quantum computing.
# Discrete Structures Logic and Computability

Discrete Structure, Logic, and Computability introduces the beginning computer science student to some of the fundamental ideas and techniques used by computer scientists today, focusing on discrete structures, logic, and computability. The emphasis is on the computational aspects, so that the reader can see how the concepts are actually used. Because of logic's fundamental importance to computer science, the topic is examined extensively in three phases that cover informal logic, the technique of inductive proof; and formal logic and its applications to computer science.
# Computer Science Logic

The 1999 Annual Conference of the European Association for Computer Science Logic, CSL’99, was held in Madrid, Spain, on September 20-25, 1999. CSL’99 was the 13th in a series of annual meetings, originally intended as Internat- nal Workshops on Computer Science Logic, and the 8th to be held as the - nual Conference of the EACSL. The conference was organized by the Computer Science Departments (DSIP and DACYA) at Universidad Complutense in M- rid (UCM). The CSL’99 program committee selected 34 of 91 submitted papers for p- sentation at the conference and publication in this proceedings volume. Each submitted paper was refereed by at least two, and in almost all cases, three di erent referees. The second refereeing round, previously required before a - per was accepted for publication in the proceedings, was dropped following a decision taken by the EACSL membership meeting held during CSL’98 (Brno, Czech Republic, August 25, 1998).
# Computer Science Logic

This book constitutes the proceedings of the 23rd International Workshop on Computer Science Logic, CSL 2009, held in Coimbra, Portugal, in September 2009. The 34 papers presented together with 5 invited talks were carefully reviewed and selected from 89 full paper submissions. All current aspects of logic in computer science are addressed, ranging from foundational and methodological issues to application issues of practical relevance. The book concludes with a presentation of this year's Ackermann award, the EACSL Outstanding Dissertation Award for Logic in Computer Science.
# FST TCS 2003 Foundations of Software Technology and Theoretical Computer Science

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 23rd Conference on Foundations of Software Technology and Theoretical Computer Science, FST TCS 2003, held in Mumbai, India in December 2003. The 23 revised full papers presented together with 4 invited papers and the abstract of an invited paper were carefully reviewed and selected from 160 submissions. A broad variety of current topics from the theory of computing are addressed, ranging from algorithmics and discrete mathematics to logics and programming theory.
# Computer Science Logic

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 13th International Workshop on Computer Science Logic, CSL 2000, held in Fischbachau, Germany as the 8th Annual Conference of the EACSL in August 2000. The 28 revised full papers presented together with eight invited papers were carefully reviewed and selected by the program committee. Among the topics covered are automated deduction, theorem proving, categorical logic, term rewriting, finite model theory, higher order logic, lambda and combinatory calculi, computational complexity, logic programing, constraints, linear logic, modal logic, temporal logic, model checking, formal specification, formal verification, program transformation, etc.
# Foundations of Software Science and Computational Structures

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Foundations of Software Science and Computation Structures, FOSSACS 2005, held in Edinburgh, UK in April 2005 as part of ETAPS. The 30 revised full papers presented together with 2 invited papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 108 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on rule formats and bisimulation, probabilistic models, algebraic models, games and automata, language analysis, partial order models, logics, coalgebraic modal logics, and computational models.
# Logic Colloquium 2007

The Annual European Meeting of the Association for Symbolic Logic, also known as the Logic Colloquium, is among the most prestigious annual meetings in the field. The current volume, Logic Colloquium 2007, with contributions from plenary speakers and selected special session speakers, contains both expository and research papers by some of the best logicians in the world. This volume covers many areas of contemporary logic: model theory, proof theory, set theory, and computer science, as well as philosophical logic, including tutorials on cardinal arithmetic, on Pillay's conjecture, and on automatic structures. This volume will be invaluable for experts as well as those interested in an overview of central contemporary themes in mathematical logic.
# Computer Science Logic

This book constitutes the joint refereed proceedings of the 17th International Workshop on Computer Science Logic, CSL 2003, held as the 12th Annual Conference of the EACSL and of the 8th Kurt Gödel Colloquium, KGC 2003 in Vienna, Austria, in August 2003. The 30 revised full papers presented together with abstracts of 9 invited presentations were carefully reviewed and selected from a total of 112 submissions. All current aspects of computer science logic are addressed ranging from mathematical logic and logical foundations to the application of logics in various computing aspects.
# Computer Science Logic

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 20th International Workshop on Computer Science Logic, CSL 2006, held as the 15th Annual Conference of the EACSL in Szeged, Hungary in September 2006. The 37 revised full papers presented together with 4 invited contributions were carefully reviewed and selected from 132 submissions. All current aspects of logic in computer science are addressed, including automated deduction and interactive theorem proving, constructive mathematics and type theory, equational logic and term rewriting, automata and formal logics, modal and temporal logic, model checking, logical aspects of computational complexity, finite model theory, computational proof theory, logic programming and constraints, lambda calculus and combinatory logic, categorical logic and topological semantics, domain theory, database theory, specification, extraction and transformation of programs, logical foundations of programming paradigms, verification of security protocols, linear logic, higher-order logic, nonmonotonic reasoning, as well as logics and type systems for biology.
# Foundations of Software Science and Computational Structures

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Foundations of Software Science and Computational Structures, FOSSACS 2008, held in Budapest, Hungary, in March/April 2008 as part of ETAPS 2008, the European Joint Conferences on Theory and Practice of Software. The 33 revised full papers presented together with the abstract of 1 invited talk were carefully reviewed and selected from 124 submissions. A broad variety of theories and methods to support analysis, synthesis, transformation and verification of programs and software systems are addressed, including the following topics: algebraic models, automata and language theory, behavioural equivalences, categorical models, computation processes over discrete and continuous data, infinite state systems, computational structures, logics of programs, modal, spatial, and temporal logics, models of concurrent, reactive, distributed, and mobile systems, process algebras and calculi, semantics of programming languages, software specification and refinement, type systems and type theory, fundamentals of security, semi-structured data, program correctness and verification.
# Computer Science Logic

The related fields of fractal image encoding and fractal image analysis have blossomed in recent years. This book, originating from a NATO Advanced Study Institute held in 1995, presents work by leading researchers. It is developing the subjects at an introductory level, but it also has some recent and exciting results in both fields. The book contains a thorough discussion of fractal image compression and decompression, including both continuous and discrete formulations, vector space and hierarchical methods, and algorithmic optimizations. The book also discusses multifractal approaches to image analysis, segmentation, and recognition, including medical applications.
# Computer Science Logic

This book constitutes the strictly refereed post-workshop proceedings of the 11th International Workshop on Computer Science Logic, CSL '97, held as the 1997 Annual Conference of the European Association on Computer Science Logic, EACSL, in Aarhus, Denmark, in August 1997. The volume presents 26 revised full papers selected after two rounds of refereeing from initially 92 submissions; also included are four invited papers. The book addresses all current aspects of computer science logics and its applications and thus presents the state of the art in the area.