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Optimal Tableau Algorithms for Coalgebraic Logics

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Optimal Tableau Algorithms for Coalgebraic Logics
Deciding whether a modal formula is satisfiable with respect to a given set of (global) assumptions is a question of fundamental importance in applications of logic in computer science. Tableau methods have proved extremely versatile for solving this problem for many different individual logics but they typically do not meet the known complexity bounds for the logics in question. Recently, it has been shown that optimality can be obtained for some logics while retaining practicality by using a technique called “global caching”. Here, we show that global caching is applicable to all logics that can be equipped with coalgebraic semantics, for example, classical modal logic, graded modal logic, probabilistic modal logic and coalition logic. In particular, the coalgebraic approach also covers logics that combine these various features. We thus show that global caching is a widely applicable technique and also provide foundations for optimal tableau algorithms that uniformly apply to ...
Rajeev Goré, Clemens Kupke, Dirk Pattinson
Added 14 May 2010
Updated 14 May 2010
Type Conference
Year 2010
Where TACAS
Authors Rajeev Goré, Clemens Kupke, Dirk Pattinson
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