Papers Accepted for Presentation

1Prasanta S. Bandyopadhyay, R Venkata Raghavan, Don Wallace Dcruz and Gordon Brittan, Truths about Simpson's Paradox: Saving the Paradox from Falsity
2Hans van Ditmarsch, Sophia Knight and Aybüke Özgün, Arbitrary Announcements on Topological Subset Spaces
3Soma Dutta, Benjamin R. C. Bedregal and Mihir Kr. Chakraborty, Some instances of graded consequence in the context of interval-valued semantics
4Jie Fan and Hans van Ditmarsch, Neighborhood Contingency Logic
5Sujata Ghosh, Tamoghna Halder, Khyati Sharma and Rineke Verbrugge, Backward and forward induction: Bridging vantages of empirical and formal studies
6Miika Hannula, Hierarchies in inclusion logic with lax semantics
7Meenal Katarnikar, Investigation into the Nature of Syadvada (the Jaina theory) as the Alternative System of Logic
8Md. Aquil Khan, A Modal Logic for Non-deterministic Information Systems
9Minghui Ma, Katsuhiko Sano, Francois Schwarzentruber and Fernando R. Velázquez-Quesada, Tableaux for non-normal public announcement logic
10Rohit Parikh and Aránzazu San Ginés Ruiz, A pragmatistic approach to propositional knowledge based on the successful behavior of belief
11Venkat Parvatam, Reasoning about Concepts: A Modal Logic Approach
12Alexander Schimpf and Jan-Georg Smaus, Büchi Automata Optimisations Formalised in Isabelle/HOL
13Jaron Schorr, Nyāya's logical model for Ascertaining Sound Arguments
14Paul Schweizer, Negative Existentials and Non-denoting Terms
15Sourav Tarafder, Ordinals in an algebra-valued model of a paraconsistent set theory
16Alena Vencovska, An Extension of Carnap's Continuum to Binary Predicates
17Yanjing Wang, Representing Imperfect Information of Procedures with Hyper Models
18Yun Zhang and Minghui Ma, Intuitionistic Public Announcement Monotonic Modal Logic


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