Avoiding the Undefined by Underspecification

@inproceedings{Gries1995AvoidingTU,
  title={Avoiding the Undefined by Underspecification},
  author={David Gries and Fred B. Schneider},
  booktitle={Computer Science Today},
  year={1995}
}
The first volume of Springer-Verlag's Lecture Notes in Computer Science appeared in 1973, almost 22 years ago. The field has learned a lot about computing since then, and in doing so it has leaned on and supported advances in other fields. In this paper, we discuss an aspect of one of these fields that has been explored by computer scientists, handling undefined terms in formal logic. Logicians are concerned mainly with studying logic n o t using it. Some computer scientists have discovered, by… CONTINUE READING
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