logic

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  • Much of work during that time was on first order logic and model theory.
  • The life of the law has not been logic; it has been experience.
  • The primary cause, he claimed, was a major logic board design problem.
  • Consequently, under the traditional approach there is only one language of first-order logic.
  • Consequently, under the traditional approach there is only one language of first-order logic.
  • It is possible to be in between first-order and higher-order logics.
  • It is possible to be in between first-order and higher-order logics.
  • Game theory has come to play an increasingly important role in logic and in computer science.
  • Free logic is one attempt to avoid some of these problems.
  • Second-order logic is in turn extended by higher-order logic and type theory.
  • Second-order logic is in turn extended by higher-order logic and type theory.
  • Murray has shown these rules to be complete for first-order logic.
  • Neither of these principles can be expressed in first-order logic.
  • This is the first step towards creating a higher-order logic.
  • Higher-order logic takes a different approach and has only a single sort of propositions.
  • Like the other members, it is a proof assistant for classical higher order logic.
  • The time has come to act upon this logic.
  • He always maintained that mathematics required set theory and that set theory was quite distinct from logic.
  • The field of logic studies ways in which human beings reason through argument.
  • There are two key parts of first-order logic.
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Meaning of logic

  • noun The branch of philosophy that analyzes inference
  • noun Reasoned and reasonable judgment
    it made a certain kind of logic
  • noun The principles that guide reasoning within a given field or situation
    economic logic requires it, by the logic of war
  • noun The system of operations performed by a computer that underlies the machine's representation of logical operations
  • noun A system of reasoning