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|Title:||Transfer results for hybrid logic Part I: the case without satisfaction operators|
Ten Cate, B.
|Citation:||Journal of Logic and Computation, 2006, 16, (2), pp.177-197|
|Abstract:||We define for every Kripke complete modal logic L its hybrid companion LH and investigate which properties transfer from L to LH. For a specific class of logics, we present a satisfiability-preserving translation from LH to L. We prove that for this class of logics, complexity, (uniform) interpolation, and finite axiomatization transfer from L to LH. We also provide examples showing that, in general, none of complexity, decidability, the finite model property or the Beth property transfer.|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, Dept. of Computer Science|
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