Jeremy Seligman
Jeremy Seligman
Philosophy, The University of Auckland
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Information flow: the logic of distributed systems
J Barwise, J Seligman
Cambridge University Press, 1997
11871997
Hybrid languages
P Blackburn, J Seligman
Journal of Logic, Language and Information 4 (3), 251-272, 1995
2871995
Situation theory
J Seligman, LS Moss
Handbook of logic and language, 239-309, 1997
1021997
Logical dynamics of belief change in the community
F Liu, J Seligman, P Girard
Synthese 191 (11), 2403-2431, 2014
872014
Logic in the community
J Seligman, F Liu, P Girard
Indian Conference on Logic and Its Applications, 178-188, 2011
732011
The rights and wrongs of natural regularity
J Barwise, J Seligman
Philosophical perspectives 8, 331-364, 1994
731994
The logic of correct description
J Seligman
Advances in intensional logic, 107-135, 1997
701997
Facebook and the epistemic logic of friendship
J Seligman, F Liu, P Girard
arXiv preprint arXiv:1310.6440, 2013
572013
Internalization: The case of hybrid logics
J Seligman
Journal of logic and computation 11 (5), 671-689, 2001
452001
General dynamic dynamic logic
J Seligman, F Liu, P Girard
Advances in modal logic 9, 239-260, 2012
432012
Imperfect information flow
J Barwise, J Seligman
[1993] Proceedings Eighth Annual IEEE Symposium on Logic in Computer Science …, 1993
391993
Perspectives: A relativistic approach to the theory of information
J Seligman
The University of Edinburgh, 1991
301991
A logical model of the dynamics of peer pressure
L Zhen, J Seligman
Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science 278, 275-288, 2011
292011
A note on freedom from detachment in the Logic of Paradox
J Beall, T Forster, J Seligman
Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic 54 (1), 15-20, 2013
272013
The Logic of Distributed Systems.
J Barwise
Cambridge Tracts in Theoretical Computer Science 44, 1997
241997
Channel theory: toward a mathematics of imperfect information flow
J Seligman, J Barwise
Unpublished manuscript, 1993
241993
Perspectives in situation theory
J Seligman
Situation Theory and its Applications, 147-91, 1990
231990
Dynamic aspect trees
J Seligman, A Ter Meulen
Applied Logic: How, What and Why, 287-320, 1995
221995
A cut-free sequent calculus for elementary situated reasoning
J Seligman
201991
Channels: From logic to probability
J Seligman
Formal Theories of Information, 193-233, 2009
182009
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