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**Papers Accepted for Presentation**

**Papers Accepted for Presentation**

1 | Prasanta S. Bandyopadhyay, R Venkata Raghavan, Don Wallace Dcruz and Gordon Brittan, Truths about Simpson's Paradox: Saving the Paradox from Falsity |

2 | Hans van Ditmarsch, Sophia Knight and Aybüke Özgün, Arbitrary Announcements on Topological Subset Spaces |

3 | Soma Dutta, Benjamin R. C. Bedregal and Mihir Kr. Chakraborty, Some instances of graded consequence in the context of interval-valued semantics |

4 | Jie Fan and Hans van Ditmarsch, Neighborhood Contingency Logic |

5 | Sujata Ghosh, Tamoghna Halder, Khyati Sharma and Rineke Verbrugge, Backward and forward induction: Bridging vantages of empirical and formal studies |

6 | Miika Hannula, Hierarchies in inclusion logic with lax semantics |

7 | Meenal Katarnikar, Investigation into the Nature of Syadvada (the Jaina theory) as the Alternative System of Logic |

8 | Md. Aquil Khan, A Modal Logic for Non-deterministic Information Systems |

9 | Minghui Ma, Katsuhiko Sano, Francois Schwarzentruber and Fernando R. Velázquez-Quesada, Tableaux for non-normal public announcement logic |

10 | Rohit Parikh and Aránzazu San Ginés Ruiz, A pragmatistic approach to propositional knowledge based on the successful behavior of belief |

11 | Venkat Parvatam, Reasoning about Concepts: A Modal Logic Approach |

12 | Alexander Schimpf and Jan-Georg Smaus, Büchi Automata Optimisations Formalised in Isabelle/HOL |

13 | Jaron Schorr, Nyāya's logical model for Ascertaining Sound Arguments |

14 | Paul Schweizer, Negative Existentials and Non-denoting Terms |

15 | Sourav Tarafder, Ordinals in an algebra-valued model of a paraconsistent set theory |

16 | Alena Vencovska, An Extension of Carnap's Continuum to Binary Predicates |

17 | Yanjing Wang, Representing Imperfect Information of Procedures with Hyper Models |

18 | Yun Zhang and Minghui Ma, Intuitionistic Public Announcement Monotonic Modal Logic |

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